Navigate: Story Group for Individuals and Couples

Thursday, February 24 2022 7:30 PM - Thursday, March 31 2022 9:00 PM [EST]

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Registration Partial Approval - $300.00

Registration includes participation in 6 week Navigate Virtual Group Tuesdays, February 24-March 31| 7:30pm- 9:00pm (EST)

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Thursday, February 24 2022 7:30 PM - Thursday, March 31 2022 9:00 PM [EST]

Navigate – 6-week, virtual group.

Navigate is a psycho-educational group where participants learn to cultivate emotional and relational health in the areas of identity, style of relating, boundaries, relationships, and self-care. Learn how your personal story impacts relational health in the “here and now” of life and find new ways of showing up for self and others in healthy and more meaningful ways.

Group is based on concepts explored in the book Gifts from a Challenging Childhood: Creating a practice for becoming your healthiest self by Jan Bergstrom and curated resources on attachment, interpersonal dynamics, and other materials developed by Sharon.

Thursdays, February 24-March 31 | 7:30pm- 9:00pm (EST)

Participant fee: $300

*partial scholarships are available to those interested in participating but who may be unable to afford the full fee.  Email: for scholarship information.

*Participation is LIVE via Zoom meeting

Cancellation policy

We understand that life happens.  Should you need to cancel your registration, you will receive all money paid less a $50 cancellation fee.  Registration may be transferred to a future event or group without incurring a fee.  Please reach out to for further questions or inquiries.

Kintsukuroi Counseling

Sharon Hicks is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who founded Kintsukuroi Counseling. She is passionate about faith, family, and relationships and helps individuals and couples engage in deeper and more meaningful ways with the things that matter most to them by creating a safe space to journey towards wholeness, healing, restoration, and connection. When she is not in the office, she enjoys playing Bach on the piano, sipping coffee with friends, and getting new stamps in her passport as she travels with her husband and four children around the globe exploring this beautiful world. Having lived in south east Asia as a family for a season they were given the gift of becoming global citizens which has given her a bigger view of the world and informs her perspective on life. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: MA, Counseling, Cincinnati Christian University Missionary, Member Care, and Community Liaison

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