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Isolation as an Introvert

Introverts often struggle with reaching out and finding companionship when it becomes scarce in the environment, such as during the winter months, a COVID lockdown, changing residence, etc. This group is intended to provide support to these individuals and create constructive steps toward fulfilling the need for fellowship (or dealing with the consequences of living without it) for those who have difficulty asking for it.

Who the the group is for: Individuals who are introverted by nature but struggle with loneliness or isolation, and are present in Missouri or Kansas at time of service.

Where: Via a virtual appointment utilizing a Confidential, Secure software.


Cost: $45/session per person; $270 total for 6 weeks

*2 sliding scale spots available

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