Support Groups - Omaha Integrative Care
Support Groups

Infertility Support Group: BEGINS JULY 18TH

Join us every 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:30PM at our main location. There is no cost and it is open to couples or individuals. 

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Support Groups: Connecting with a community

Most of our groups are free support groups facilitated by our staff and interns and open to the public.
Support groups are not therapy or process groups, but a place to connect with others going through
similar experiences and a time to learn from each other. There is not a formal registration for support
groups, but we do ask that prior to attending for the first time you send us an email with our contact
form so we know to expect you. Therapy groups require a commitment to attending a certain number of
sessions and may be billed through insurance.

Grief & Loss Journey Support Group

If you or someone close to you is experiencing loss of a loved one, a divorce, loss of a job, or unresolved grief throughout the years, then “ A Grief & Loss Journey” is a necessary group to attend.  This group will offer a safe and nurturing environment to share and tell the stories. An environment where it’s okay to show your grief and cry your tears. Be transparent with others willing to open their hearts and transform pain.

Sarah Wilch, licensed mental health therapist, has facilitated many groups and believes in the universality of people healing with each other. In this group Sarah will teach about grief as a process, the multitude of emotions, and acceptance. At Omaha Integrative Care, we are passionate about offer a healing environment, integrating meditations, genuinely offering support and being a healing presence as each person will choose to fall into acceptance.

If you have interest in this group please contact Stevie Swails at s.swails@omahaic.com.

Infertility Support Group

Coping with infertility and fertility-related issues can be a very isolating experience for both men and
women. Well-intentioned family and friends try to be supportive, but unless they’ve gone through the
experience themselves, there is no way for them to truly understand the feelings of stress, anxiety and
grief. And when a couple is unable to express those feelings, it can create tension within the relationship
and confusion about what to do next. Open to men and women, this ongoing support group gives
couples and individuals a place to connect and share or simply listen.

This group takes place every 3rd Tuesday of the month at our main location from 6:30-7:30PM.