PEER GROUPS

Feeling like you’re faking it at work?  Come be real with other professionals who are managing mental health conditions at the office.

Connect with People who get it.

A peer group is a small group of working professionals that provide support as they navigate their mental health at work. Whether you are managing a diagnosed condition or just having a tough year, peer groups provide a supportive community and a chance to swap experiences and strategies about navigating your workplace. Of course, peer groups are not a replacement for therapy, but a research-backed resource that can improve your work life.

 

Drop-in or join a cohort.

Participants can enroll in a cohort-based model that meets regularly as a group, or come to one of our regularly-held drop-in sessions. Each session has a topic of interest, such as dealing with self-stigma at work or helpful accommodations and how to ask for them--however, group members are always free to take the discussion wherever is most helpful for folks that day.

 

Join us in San Francisco.

We are currently holding groups in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are interested in participating in a cohort or a drop-in session, please click here (LINK). Or, if you’d like to request a group in your city, let us know (LINK).

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- Martha, IT Manager & peer group participant

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- Martha, IT Manager & peer group participant

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