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ENRICH          Groups 


Electing to sit with a group of strangers, sharing your issues, may sound intimidating at first, but ENRICH groups provides benefits that individual therapy cannot.  Members of past groups are always surprised by how rewarding the group process can be.


Groups provide a support network and a sounding board for each other. Group members are there to support, reassure, and challenge each other when necessary.  When you share this space with other members, you are reminded that you are not alone in your situation.  Each member comes into the group with different life circumstances; issues may be different but the support you find in a support group cannot be replicated in any other mode of personal development.  Every member of the group becomes instrumental in each other's process.

Ongoing Groups

(Tuesdays) Group for Couples (Meaning for an individual who is part of a couple)

Discussion centered on:

  • Relationship issues 

  • Role Expectations

  • Racial/ethnic and cultural differences

(Wednesdays) Group for Individuals

Discussion centered on:

  • Identity and your mental health: Who am I?

  • The impact of feeling like an outsider

  • Imposter syndrome and mental health

  • Identity and parenthood

  • Exploring the impact the social attitudes about your ENRICH on your mental health


(Thursdays) Group for Parents

Discussion centered on:

  • Parenting children in a culture outside your culture of origin

  • Parenting kids of a different race and identity

  • Navigating different parental styles with my spouse (based on differing cultures)

These groups are awareness-building and information-based discussions "Before Therapy" for ENRICH outsiders. 

This is for you if:

  • You are unfamiliar with, reticent, or ambivalent about therapy. 

  • You have questions but never had an opportunity to ask a compassionate expert who sees you (and your ENRICH) for you. 

  • You've been to therapy but have been disillusioned by the process.

  • You felt disconnected from your previous therapist.

  • You've tried therapy, but the therapist didn't understand you - because you are an outsider.

  • You are apprehensive about therapy and don't know where to begin.

  • You always wanted help, but your location prevented culturally appropriate options.

  • You always believed therapy was for "crazy people."

  • You want to make better life choices.

  • You're truly ready to be introspective, and own your sh…t.

  • You feel like a foreigner in your own land.

  • You struggle with issues in your interracial or intercultural relationship.

  • You feel like an outsider at home or work.


What Product Service: Three 120-minute sessions per week. 

Each session will be self-contained - meaning it's not continuous, and there are no restrictions upon sign-up.


Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays

Time: 12:30 to 2:30

Medium: Zoom 


Participant Requirements: A screening questionnaire is required before sign-up to determine suitability for the group. Acknowledgment of Rules of participation is also required.

Participant Expectations: Empathy, respect, curiosity, and participation


The groups are best suited for people interested in learning more to live their best lives.


Not suited to:

  • Anyone in an emotionally, sexually, or physically abusive relationship.

  • Anyone with an untreated mental health issue.

  • Anyone suffering from PTSD or Trauma.


This is not a therapy group, but it will help you gain insight and perspective to get the most out of your therapy.

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