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Climate Change Anxiety Support Group

Every Wednesday at 10AM PST

If you’re experiencing a variety of emotions and/or anxiety related to climate change, you’re not alone! Join us for a weekly drop-in support group where we take time and space to explore our emotions and cope with the wide-reaching impacts of climate change.

Facilitators: Caroline Anton, MFT Trainee & Shelly Holland, MFT Trainee

Bios: Shelly is a second-year master’s of marriage and family therapy student at Alliant International University. She facilitates several other groups with Liberation Institute and works with LGBTQ+ families, couples, and individuals. She previously worked in biosecurity, at Planned Parenthood, and several start-ups. Shelly enjoys bee-keeping, rock-climbing, and other activities with hyphens.

Caroline is a MFT Trainee with Liberation Institute and a 3rd Year Counseling Psychology graduate student with an emphasis in depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her previous experience in mental health includes volunteering as a Crisis Counselor at Crisis Text Line, as well as minoring in Psychology at Cal Poly SLO. At Cal Poly SLO, she majored in Agricultural Communication, learning about agricultural practices and applying that to communicating between farmers and consumers. She has worked in numerous settings, such as a hostess and server in restaurants, an intern at a nonprofit studying nutrition, and a swim instructor. When Caroline is not with clients, she is hiking, doing yoga, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

Supervisors: Shelly and Caroline are supervised by Crystal Haviland, LPCC7633

RVSP/Contact: groups@liberationinstitute.org
Location: California

How many weeks will the group run for: Drop in group (On-going)