Women of the 21st Century - Online Women's Therapy Group

Women of the 21st Century - Online Women's Therapy Group

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Free

Weekly online therapy group for women who would like to explore, question, and rewrite narratives and definitions of womanhood.

About this event

About the group

This weekly online group will address the “shoulds” and “have-tos” that rule our lives as women, explore our values and empower us to re-write our stories. Topics will include identity, work, sexuality, partnerships, motherhood, feminism, the body, and more.

This group will be structured based on:

  • Narrative conversations
  • Simple Writing exercises
  • Breathing and grounding body exercises

Closed group for cis and trans women. Tuesdays 6:30-8.30 pm. Cost for 4 weeks: $100.

New members can join on 9/27 and 10/25.

How to join

The first intake call is free of charge and will give you an opportunity to ask questions and see if the group is for you. To join later, a 4-week commitment is required. The group is only for California residents.

To join the group or get more information reserve your free intake call by purchasing the $0 ticket, or email kasia@mmcpla.org.

Facilitated by Kasia Jun (Katarzyna Jun Kaczmarczyk), MFT Trainee joined by Aimee Beyers (MFT Trainee) in October and Anna Ayeroff (MFT Trainee) in November. All are supervised by David Marsten, LCSW, 15899.

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About Kasia, Aimee, and Anna

Kasia Jun Kaczmarczyk

MFT Trainee

Kasia is currently pursuing an MA in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She received her previous MA in literary and cultural studies from University of Warsaw, Poland, where she subsequently taught and did research at the intersection of psychology, narrative studies, and history of science. She moved from academia to the startup world and psychotherapy. She is LGBTQ+ affirmative and a BIPOC ally. Kasia is committed to creating a space of safety, care, and gentleness, where new stories, meanings, and imagination can flourish.

Aimee Beyers

MFT Trainee

Aimee is most fascinated with the exploration of the unknown and in-between spaces. She’s a musician with a background in songwriting and music composition, having received a BM in Vocal Performance from the University of Houston. Currently, she’s pursuing an MA in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University. As an immigrant, she’s familiar with complexities related to immigration, multicultural relationships, and navigating personal identity within a dominant culture. Aimee is committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment for emotional expression, imagination, and personal meaning making.

Anna Ayeroff

MFT Trainee

Anna is currently pursuing an MA in Clinical Psychology, with a focus on Applied Community Psychology, at Antioch University Los Angeles and holds an MFA in Public Practice from Otis College of Art and Design. Anna is an artist and educator who has worked to support others in cultivating their creativity as an adaptive strength for both facing life's challenges and finding life’s joys. Anna’s own questioning of dominant stories around what it means to be an artist led to her working to become a therapist. She is passionate about empowering others to reimagine and give voice to the stories that reflect who they authentically are, especially in the face of social norms they may find limiting.