Women’s Therapy Group

Women’s groups are a welcoming place to explore and discuss concerns with other women in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. Members are encouraged to support each other with their natural strengths, abilities and wisdom.

Expectations and Schedule

Members must agree in advance to protect the confidentiality and identity of other members, including what is discussed in the group. Women’s Therapy Group will meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6-7:30pm. Potential group members will initially meet one on one with the group facilitator/therapist to assess diagnosis, goals and treatment plan.

Each session rate is $65/person. Natalis Psychology accepts third party payment from many insurance plans. One uncharged absence is available every calendar quarter, but other absences not cancelled in advance will be charged the regular rate.

Joining a Group

For more information on joining this exciting and thought provoking group, please call Natalis Psychology at 651-646-8985. We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding insurance, group dynamics and scheduling an initial visit. We look forward to getting to know you!

“Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events and small minds discuss people.”
– Eleanor Roosevelt

Women’s Therapy Group

The Group Therapist

Lauren Johnson is a Mental Health Practitioner/Therapist with a Master’s in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University. She has an extensive and diverse professional background that has given her rich experiences and knowledge that can be passed on to the clients she serves. The populations she works with includes: LGBTQ individuals, couples, families, immigrants, and victims of torture, as well as people experiencing homelessness, divorce or separation, and unemployment. She has experience treating a variety of concerns including stress/anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship issues, LGBTQ concerns, job loss, suicide, domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma and PTSD.

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Come join us as we discuss topics relevant to being a woman in today’s world and help each other navigate life’s challenges. The group will have an emphasis on compassion, self-care, setting healthy boundaries, and ways to cope with anxiety and depression that are triggered by challenging circumstances and relationships.