A mutual support group is a group of people who meet on a regular basis to support each other through emotional distress, help resolve personal conflicts, process mental health issues, and celebrate positive life events. The group uses a structured discussion format to ensure that each member gets enough time to speak, be heard, and work through whatever they are going through at that moment. This workshop aims to teach the basic principles and structure of a mutual support group, and give the participants the tools to start their own. Our intention is to reduce isolation, and foster networks of mutual care within existing communities.
Facilitator: David Robinson, Crisis Intervention Worker (he/him)
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