We all have a story.
Have you ever thought about the way you relate to others?
Do you desire more meaningful relationships and a better understanding of your story?
We believe we were created to experience meaningful connection and deep delight, but we live in a world that is marked by busyness and distraction. We’ve learned over time that our closest relationships can be unsatisfying at times, even if there is no big conflict.
Whether you have many friends or few friends, story-work groups will be a place for you to learn how to engage your story and have others engage your story in a meaningful way. We each have a unique style of relating to God, others, and ourselves, all of which we will explore during our time together.
Join us this fall…
Groups will consist of 8 people
Groups will last for 8 weeks beginning the week of September 18th
$100 per group session
Two group options:
Mondays | 4:00–5:30pm | Virtual
Tuesdays | 12:00–1:30pm | In-person
Engage your story.
What is a Story Group?
MA, LPC-S, CSAT, EMDR trained
Travis began facilitating groups professionally in 2013 in the living room of a Dallas based sober living house. He participated in a year-long psychodrama cohort that focused on experiential group work; and recently received level 1 certification in narrative focused trauma therapy from the Allender Center. Through his own experience facilitating and participating in groups, Travis has experienced the healing power of the group process and wants to invite others to experience the same.
Whether it’s on the trail in the mountains of Colorado or on a couch in a living room, Allison loves being in groups and hearing personal stories. She believes in the power of story and its ability to foster healing and connection. For the past 12 years, Allison has led hundreds of groups through her experience with Young Life and the church.