HOW TO SURVIVE SEPARATION/DIVORCE

TUESDAY EVENINGS, 6:30PM-8:30PM, NOVATO, CA

SUPPORT GROUP FOR LIFE DURING AND AFTER DIVORCE

Divorce is a traumatic and sometimes unexpected experience, as many things that we once held dear and dependable are gone from our lives. Men usually respond differently than women to this trauma, and are less likely to avail themselves of the emotional resources and support that they need during and after a divorce. Anger and resentment tend to linger for male and female divorcees, and both anxiety and depression can creep into our daily lives if we do not find a way to express our deeply held emotions and process our pain and suffering.


Surviving divorce is an opportunity to begin redefining our sense of self in the world while we go about the business of reinventing our lives. As we open up to our grief and depth of emotion, we also increase our capacity for joy and contact with others. It is possible to transform our surviving into thriving by coming to terms with the truth of our past and the purpose of our future. There are aspects of this journey that are best shared with others in a safe, sacred, and respectful environment.

This ongoing group explores the issues and tools relevant to the reality of moving on...


  • How to manage intense and painful emotions.
  • How to be single again in a world of couples.
  • How to manage your free time alone.
  • How to manage your free time with friends.
  • The importance of not rushing into another relationship.
  • Learn the difference between acceptance and forgiveness.
  • Learn the healing potential of gratitude as a daily practice.
  • The importance of creating new habits, rituals, and traditions.
  • Preparing for the next intimate relationship

SAN MARIN PSYCHOTHERAPY in NOVATO

This weekly group is facilitated by a psychotherapist who has personally experienced the trauma and loss inherent in the separation and divorce of a long-term marriage, and who helps others to grow beyond divorce while finding pathways to recover love, energy, and purpose.


Daniel Sloan Brown, PhD, is a psychotherapist and is currently a Registered Psychological Assistant (PSB36298), supervised by Diane Harnish, PhD (PSY24138).


Please CALL 415-488-9686 for information and a free consultation. San Marin Psychotherapy, 505A San Marin Drive, Suite 150, Novato, CA. Take San Marin Exit off Hwy 101, go west 1 mile , turn right at 505 San Marin Dr. into parking lot -OR- the next right at Simmons Lane, and then next right into parking lot.