Parenting Without a Partner- Single Mother Support Group
Families come in all shapes and sizes, including single-parent households headed by a widowed, divorced, or separated parent with children under 18. According to the U.S. Census, about three in ten families with children are headed by single parents. Parenting alone can pose challenges, such as financial struggles, co-parenting concerns, and time management. At times you may feel alone and need extra support.
Do you ever think of giving up? It is hard at times! Most people may not understand what you are feeling or going through. You may feel hopeless at times which is a valid emotion when raising children alone. I can imagine the amount of shame and guilt that comes with that thought. Let’s collaborate to instill hope.
Do you say to yourself that the other parent should do more to help? I would imagine that you view this as unfair. I can see how you would view it that way; after all, they are the other parent and have the same obligation as you do. Let's work on doing your part well.
Did the other parent move on with a new family and left you all alone to parent? This is a tough situation to adjust to and deal with. You may even feel as if you and your child have been abandoned. Let’s process and heal those feelings.
Is the other parent refusing to pay child support or see the kids? This can be very hurtful and painful to deal with and I can guide you with resources to help you. Let's learn how to get the answers or change you need.
Everyone has a unique situation and whatever your situation. Join us for our next group.
Who can benefit? The group space is curated for all single mothers who are challenged with the high demands of parenting children with minimal to little support.
What is offered?
Healthy coping skills and ways to deal with conflict while co-parenting
Parent management strategies to help you raise adjusted children
Conflict resolutions skills to navigate tough situations
Effective parenting skills to reduce frustration and hopelessness
Resources to guide you through financial, housing, and medical challenges
Peer support to talk through and process your concerns
When? The group meets weekly - Thursdays from 6 p.m.- 7:30 pm.
Where? Online. Secure links will be provided to all attendees.
How do I pay? The cost of each session is $55. We do offer a sliding scale to those with financial hardship. If you prefer to use insurance, please check with your insurance company to determine if they will cover group therapy, and let us know. We accept United Healthcare, Optum Behavioral Health, Aetna, and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Unfortunately, we are not in-network with Medicaid at this time.
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