Psychologist Springfield MA

BIPOC Support Group

At Colorful Resilience, we are dedicated to creating a safe and nurturing space for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) adults to come together, share their experiences, and support one another on their journeys toward healing and empowerment. We understand the unique challenges and obstacles that BIPOC individuals face in society, and we believe in the power of community and solidarity to overcome them.

Our support group offers a confidential and judgment-free environment where members can freely express themselves, 

discuss their struggles, and receive encouragement and guidance from peers who understand and empathize with their experiences. Whether you are dealing with racial discrimination, identity issues, mental health concerns, or any other challenges, you are not alone – we are here to listen, validate your experiences, and offer support every step of the way.

Through group discussions, we aim to foster personal growth, resilience, and empowerment among BIPOC adults. We believe in the importance of self-care, self-acceptance, and self-empowerment, and we are committed to helping our members build healthier and more fulfilling lives.

Joining our support group provides an opportunity to connect with others who share similar experiences and concerns, to learn from each other, and to gain new perspectives and insights.

If you are a BIPOC adult seeking support, solidarity, and community, we invite you to join us. Together, we can heal, grow, and thrive.

Group facilitated by Murhab Tamura, Clinical Intern
*Clinical intern is under the direct supervision of Mayrena Guerrero LMHC, CEO.

Wednesday at 6 pm, starting March 6, 2024.

Virtual only.

Group maximum: 6 participants.

Virtual DBT Skills Group

Do you struggle to regulate your emotions or navigate relationship challenges? DBT can help you decrease reactivity, improve communication skills, and move beyond putting out fires. You can work through the four modules (mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance) in a supportive and inclusive environment.

WHEN: Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 PM
WHERE: Via Telehealth
WHO: Adults Rolling admissions
Start date October 24th, Capacity of 15

Facilitated by Vaughn Flichtbeil, LICSW

Psychologist Springfield MA
Psychologist Springfield MA

Transgender Support Group

This is a space where people can gather, meet other trans folks, share their journey and their experiences, and find support in people who have shared lived experiences with them.

Therapist: Ariana Berglind LICSW (she/they)

-8 weeks and then 2 week break
-Thursdays at 4pm
-Duration = 1hr
-Starting the 1st week of February
-Open to all trans identified humans, 18 years or older.
-Maximum of 12 clients