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    Your Trauma Doesn't Control You

    The Healing Hearts support group was created to change Black and Brown women’s experience with trauma. We understand that many women have been pushed to ignore, deny, hide, or just get over their trauma — but that does not lead to healing, it only creates more hurt. We believe our members deserve to have the relationship they want with their trauma and we are here to support that.

    Our next support group will begin in January 2023. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here to register for one of our upcoming virtual information sessions. There you can ask questions and see if the group will be a good fit for you. If you have other questions, feel free to set up a discovery call with group facilitator Kalphria Wilson, LCSW-C, LICSW.

    Take Charge of Your Healing

    "Healing Hearts" Trauma Support Group

    Welcome to your healing. Asé’s “Healing Hearts” is a therapeutic support group for Black and Brown women who have experienced trauma. Read more to see why you should participate and heal your heart today.


    "Healing Hearts" is an exclusive community for Black and Brown women who have experienced any type of trauma at any point in their life. People looking to heal from painful experiences can join and meet women from similar backgrounds with the same goal. Through connection and support, members can build their own world of people who really get it.


    Members will have access to education and guidance in how to change their relationship with trauma, understand the impact of trauma on the body, and unpack how trauma impacts their day-to-day. Weekly meetings will be led by Asé trauma expert, Kalphria Wilson, with the assistance of Asé therapist, Michelle Collins.


    Asé means the symbolic power/resources to change internally. If you're here, that means you are ready to increase your personal asé when it comes to living peacefully with your trauma. We are here to support that growth and are confident that this community is exactly what you need. Asé, asé


    Q: When does the support group open/begin?

    A: The next group will begin in January 2023.

    Q: Can I join if I do not identify as a Black or Brown woman?

    A: Yes, our community is open to all. Nonetheless, it was built specifically for Black and Brown women. Therefore, if you are a non-Black or Brown woman looking to join, please understand that some content material and discussion points may revolve around those identities. If you have further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Q: When will groups meet?

    A: Time will be determined by group facilitator and participants.

    Q: Will my insurance cover the costs of the membership?

    A: Potentially, if you want to know how much your insurance will pay, we recommend calling your member services and asking how much your plan pays for procedure code: 90853.

    Q: I can’t afford the group, but really need support. What should I do?

    A: Provide your email and phone number below, let’s talk more about how we can best support you.

    Q: Can I participate if I am not a cisgender woman?

    A: Yes! If you have any concerns about being included/acknowledged, please set up a discovery call with us to discuss further.

    Let's Talk about Healing Today

    Please complete the form below and provide 2-3 times this week that you will be available for a 15-30 minute intake call with one of our staff.

    By submitting this form via this web portal, you acknowledge and accept the risks of communicating your health information via this unencrypted email and electronic messaging and wish to continue despite those risks. By clicking "Yes, I want to submit this form" you agree to hold Brighter Vision harmless for unauthorized use, disclosure, or access of your protected health information sent via this electronic means.