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Careful, Caring & Cautious | A Covid-19 Support Group

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October 17 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

Feeling Isolated in a Post-COVID World?

The world seems to be moving on from Covid, but what if you can’t or don’t feel safe doing the same? Lifting restrictions can be a relief for many, but for others, it creates a new challenge – isolation.

Isolation and disconnection are detrimental to our mental and emotional well-being. But physical safety shouldn’t have to be sacrificed to support mental health. That’s where this group comes in.

Careful, Caring & Cautious is a support group and virtual social space for people who are continuing to take Covid precautions in a post-COVID world. With the removal of the COVID-19 public health emergency and a push to return to normalcy, those who can’t or won’t ignore COVID-19 may feel increasingly isolated from society and gaslit by our communities at large.

Here, you’ll find a group of like minded individuals who understand and share your commitment to staying safe. Facilitated by Viva Clinician Faith Ferber, Careful, Caring & Cautious is a closed group that meets virtually at noon on the third Thursday of each month. The group will help you to:

  • Find strength and support in a safe and compassionate space.
  • Develop coping skills to navigate the challenges of Covid.
  • Live a meaningful life while prioritizing your health.

Bring your lunch, make a friend, and re-energize yourself in the fight against Covid!

Please note: Careful, Caring & Cautious is an informational support group. It is not a therapy group.

$30 per group (Cohort currently full)

Join Our Waitlist

If you’re interested in joining our closed support group in the future, you can join our waitlist and we’ll notify you when a new group is forming or when a spot becomes available.

About The Facilitator:

Faith Ferber is a therapist at The Viva Center in Washington, D.C., and has nearly a decade of experience working with survivors of abuse, and people struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, and substance abuse. She focuses on issues surrounding trauma and sexuality. Faith also specializes in working with people with chronic pain or other disabilities, people who engage in sex work, and the LGBTQIA community. Faith gladly welcomes clients of any age, gender, sexual orientation, drug use status, race, or ability.

Have questions? Email our Client Specialist Mary Grace.