Virtual Support Group for Parents

Who is this for? This group will serve as a place to talk through the unique challenges and joys associated with the role of stepparent with others on a similar journey.  We will think together about how this role impacts your marriage, parenting, and family relationships as well as the individual challenges and joys you bring with you.

When will we meet? Wednesdays at 3pm beginning in March, 2022.

Where will we meet? We’ll be meeting virtually via Google Meet.

How much will it cost? A 15 minute intake/screening session will be required for each participant to get started. The cost per group session is $95 per individual.

Who should I contact? Heather Colby, LCSW, RPT-S will be facilitating the group discussions and learning.  Heather is a seasoned clinician who has spent her career working with children and their families.  You can learn more about Heather on our website here.

Please reach out to Heather Colby, LCSW, RPT-S at to register for the group or ask questions!


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