We are excited to announce a new support group for women who are survivors of sexual abuse. This group is free and open to everyone. We seek to create a safe environment where people can find connection and hope that change is possible. We will be incorporating art, poetry, and music in the healing process. The details for the group are below:
- Time: We will meet at 8 pm each Monday and start as soon as we have enough group members.
- Place: Natchie – 141A Front Street (corner of Pearl Street) in DUMBO.
- Facilitators: Elizabeth Cobb, LCSW and Nadia Ackerman (more info about them below)
Nadia Ackerman is an Australian singer/songwriter and the artistic force behind DUMBO’s Natchie Art. In addition to her retail store in DUMBO, Nadia's short film, "Time To Live Again" by Healthination, produced and directed by Jacquelyn Lobel, has been nominated for a 2017 Daytime Emmy Award. Nadia continues to sing, write, and perform, and is currently working on her 6th Pop album to be released in late 2017.
Elizabeth Cobb, LCSW is the founder and lead therapist of Cobb Psychotherapy. Cobb Psychotherapy has over ten therapists who help clients overcome anxiety and depression, recover from trauma, and build a life worth living. Her specialty is working with clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, and PTSD that may be affecting their relationships, work performance, and sense of well-being. Elizabeth founded Cobb Psychotherapy with the mission of making quality mental health care accessible to everyone.
If you’d like more information please email Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org