Alexander Mediation Group hosts a solution-focused divorce support group in NJ on the first Monday of every month (see the address below).
This particular divorce support group in NJ is open to anyone currently struggling with divorce-related issues. Whether in the midst of divorce, on the verge, or two years out of a divorce, this group is an excellent resource for anyone experiencing divorce-related problems such as communicating with your ex-spouse, co-parenting or financial entanglements.
This meeting may provide the support you have been looking for. Other attendees have been through similar struggles and experienced similar challenges; their insights and advice can be invaluable.
A Divorce Support Group In NJ Facilitated By Professionals
Facilitated by Rachel Alexander, Esq., FOB, CFT, this peer support group is a confidential place to openly discuss divorce-related problems and receive feedback from others who have dealt with similar situations.
Although divorce is not uncommon, it can still be an alienating and isolating experience. Antidotal to a sense of aloneness is coming together in a group; that’s one of the reasons we believed a divorce support group in NJ was necessary. Marriage is still associated with social structure and status, financial benefit, and belonging. Even when a marriage is ending for good reason, divorce is often disconcerting and disorienting. The loss of not only the marital relationship, but all that surrounds and is identified with it, can profoundly affect divorcing individuals.
In a divorce support group, listening and sharing with others in similar circumstances can be constructive and normalizing, contributing to healing.
You Can Get Support In This Unique Divorce Support Group In NJ That Family Members Often Can’t Provide
While some people are blessed with supportive family and friends, many find that they are remarkably alone when it comes to their divorce. Sometimes even a substantial support system feels insufficient when it comes to the overwhelming, ongoing crises presented by divorce. Certainly, the more substantial and multitiered your support group, the better. However, in order to sufficiently address the emotional issues, having a professional, therapeutic component is often essential. A support group offers a therapeutic, helping community – the group itself is a curative component of the healing process.
Regardless of how plentiful (or wanting) your available reinforcements seem, having additional support during this time is usually a good idea. When you feel supported, you are more able to make grounded decisions and give more to those who depend upon you. This makes finding a divorce support group in NJ even more critical.
Sharing concerns, feelings and experiences in a confidential, open, non-judgmental environment can be productive—it can help you alleviate isolation and increase hope and perspective.
How This Particular Divorce Support Group In NJ Works
Our solution-focused group emphasizes problem solving and compassion towards oneself and one another. The floor is open to relevant topics that are causing distress or concern to participants.
All are welcome to attend the meeting and discover fellowship amongst understanding members of the community. Participation can be an excellent way to practice self-nurturing and self-care, and remind us that this behavior is not only acceptable but required!
This divorce support group in NJ is free of charge and open to the community; in order to maintain group integrity, an RSVP is required.
- To RSVP, call (908) 832-2305
- Come the first Monday of every month from 7:00-8:30 pm (held on the 2nd Monday of the month when the first Monday is a holiday)
- Join us at the Chester Library, 250 West Main Street, Chester, NJ 07930
Disclaimer: The purpose of this divorce support group in NJ is for peer support only. This group is not a forum for legal advice nor will attendance at one or more groups establish an attorney/client relationship between any participant and Rachel Alexander or the Alexander Mediation Group. The purpose of the unique divorce support group in NJ is to address a perceived need in the community and is not a solicitation for legal services.