Women's Issues / Support Group
Changes throughout our lives affect us all differently.
Find support within an individual or group environment.
Find support on your healing journey.
Kristina has counselled women at all different stages of life.
Whether you are just starting out or at a crossroads, Kristina has experience counselling women of different ages and at different stages of life. She has supported those who have experienced job loss, various types of abuse, life and hormonal changes.
A therapeutic approach directed at your needs.
Kristina’s approach comes from her belief that each client’s healing process is a personal journey, and support needs to be offered accordingly.
She has been involved in helping with facilitating a women’s support group When Love Hurts. This group allows each participant to explore their personal growth, deepen their knowledge of their personal situation objectively, and empowers women to make their own decisions.
“I am incredibly grateful for the unconditional support I received through attending the ‘When Love Hurts’ support group in Surrey with Kristina. She facilitated a confidential, respectful, non-judgemental, informative support group – I highly recommend this group.
Prior to attending, I was anxious and apprehensive. I did not know what to expect. I felt emotionally & physically depleted and ‘beat down’ – essentially, a wreck.
The group allowed me to share my story confidentially (as I was able). I genuinely felt safe and supported.
No two stories were alike, however many had similar themes. I witnessed, through listening, that everyone had their own unique experience.
I was not judged, I was supported. I returned to my partner – again, not judged. I finally left when I was strong enough to do so.
‘Leaving’ was not the goal of the group. The purpose of the group was to enable me to decide what was ‘right’ for me – whatever that looked like. For this reason, I felt respected & honoured.
I was in a relationship where I had been emotionally, psychologically, financially, sexually and physically abused. I am happy to say, I am no longer there!
Participating in the ‘When Love Hurts’ support group, most definitely saved my life – I have no doubt”.