Meets virtually on Zoom, Tuesdays, 6-7PM CST
Queer Mindfulness Drop-In Practice Group
Will you join us Tuesday at 6 pm?
Mindfulness is a practice of bringing one’s attention to the present moment with curiosity, openness, and acceptance. Doing so reduces stress, fatigue and burnout. You are invited to re-connect with the present moment and learn from others who share your experiences.
Please note: Today’s session, Tuesday, May 17th, has been cancelled.
Black Lives Matter. LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center is committed to anti-racism and raising your voices.
Learn more about our values here.
We are here for you.
LifeWorks psychotherapists bring a sex-positive and inclusive attitude to the difficulties, conflicts and questions you face. We see psychotherapy as an in-the-moment, co-creative exploration and discovery that can enhance self-awareness, wholeness and compassionate self-care. While our offices may be closed, we are still available to meet virtually.
Telehealth appointments available via our HIPAA compliant platform.
If you need support in facing challenges and conflicts during this unprecedented time, LifeWorks team members are accepting new clients. At present all appointments are telehealth-based using convenient HIPAA compliant platforms including Zoom, Doxy, FaceTime, Skype and others.
Please don’t worry alone! If we can be of assistance, please reach out to us. We will do our very best to assist you. Therapists at Lifeworks can help you gain clarity, self-understanding and compassion for yourself, so you can experience joy, change old patterns and discover new perspectives within yourself.
How We Can Help
Therapists at LifeWorks can help you reconnect to your deepest values and inner strengths to become the person you want to be. We can help you enhance your connections and find new ways of relating to yourself and others.
At Lifeworks we are committed to healing: to healing people, communities and the earth from violence and all forms of social injustice. In our mission, we acknowledge that the community in which we serve sits on the colonized land of the Anishinaabe Alliance of the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawami, often referred to as the Council of Three Fires.
We acknowledge that the spirits of the original people pass through us on our city streets and the healing wisdom traditions of the indigenous people are part of our human heritage- which we honor. As such, we make every attempt to recognize the deep wounds and atrocities committed against the original people of this land.