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Women’s Group: Overcoming Stress & Anxiety to Feel More Joy



Are you feeling stressed and anxious? Does your negative self-talk keep you up at night? Do you want to feel more intimacy and depth of connection with your children and husband? Do you feel like your partner is more interested in what you got at the grocery store than you? Do you want to feel more general light-heartedness and joy, to be able to go with the flow more? 

Do you feel like you are either in reactive mode operating from a space of “should” versus “wants and cans”, feeling a sense of duty and obligation versus fun and interesting to you?  Do you want to feel less irritable and angry, leading to a sense of guilt and shame? Do you want to stop going from 0 to 60 feeling frustrated and impatient, yelling at your kids or spouse?  Does it make you feel bad about it and yourself?  

In this four-week small group experience, you will:

  • Learn tools to feel a clear sense of direction, purpose and balance in your life.

  • Look at the triggers in your life and how you can learn from them and use that awareness to change old patterns.  

  • Feel more confident, grounded and serene.  

  • Understand your kids and partner better so you can be there for them and for them and that they will know and understand that.


130 Centre Street,
Danvers, MA 01923


TBD; please inquire for more details


Please inquire for more details

Group Therapist

Dr. Maureen Magauran is a board-certified Adult Psychiatrist in Danvers, MA who specializes in anxiety, depression, life transitions, and life coaching. She describes herself as a holistic Psychiatrist and practices a mind-body approach. With over 20 years of western medical training and ten years of training in meditation and eastern approaches, she brings a unique approach that allows her to treat the whole person, addressing the emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and behavioral factors that can directly affect health.

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