Covid-19 Support Group Mondays 7-8:15 pm
- These are emotional times and additional outside support may be useful.
- Many of us are experiencing grief related to losses: loved ones and dear friends; a sense of identity-related to the work we do or did; curtailed or eliminated freedoms; disappointments related to events, celebrations, commemorations or moments that were canceled, postponed or moved to virtual platforms; financial fears or burdens; faith and trust lost in our governance, news sources, support systems, and public safety; ruptures in communication and connection along with uninterrupted contact.
- Talking in a support-style group can lead to the installation of hope, comfort in understanding that you are not alone in your feelings and experience, shared ideas and resources, and self-reflection for the purpose of growth and healing.
- Group members develop a bond that transcends space and time and creates connection.
If you or someone you know and care about is struggling during the Covid-19 sequestration, please call 202-670-5065 or contact The Imago Center of DC, under the auspices of the Pastoral Counseling and Consultation Center. Click here to contact us by email.
Latasha is completing a third Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Loyola University’s Pastoral Counseling Department. Latasha is providing professional counseling services for individuals (adults and children), couples, and families.
Latasha has a heart for helping people who are transitioning through divorce or relationship break-ups to restore their trust of self and others and provide support to help clients effectively address the challenges of separation in relationships. She is passionate about helping couples improve, deepen their relationship, and embrace the joys of a healthy relationship while incorporating spirituality. She also enjoys working with children.