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Have you ever read a self-help/psychology oriented book and had questions left unanswered?

Perhaps you had an intense emotional reaction to parts of the book and no one to discuss it with?

Maybe the book even inspired you to dig deeper, but you don’t know where to start?

This group is created to help with all of this uncertainty. Come to as many sessions as peaks your interest. Be prepared for an in-depth, vulnerable, productive discussion around emotional reactions, personal reflections, and a therapist’s perspective on what to further explore.


Virginia residents, ages 18+ | Max 10 members/session


Begins Summer 2022

Group meets virtually on the last Saturday of every month from 10-11:15am


Zoom (HIPAA-compliant version)


1 session: $100
4 sessions: $325
All 12 Sessions: $1,000

Registration and Inquiries

Contact the group facilitator to join an interest list:
Sarah Boothe, Resident in Counseling, (304) 571-3224

Scheduled Book Discussions

How One Therapist and a Circle of Strangers Saved My Life
By Christie Tate

Mating in Captivity
Unlocking Erotic Intelligence
By Esther Perel

The Body is Not an Apology
The Power of Radical Self-Love
By Sonya Renee Taylor

  • How to be an Anti-Racist
  • The Body Keeps the Score
  • Fierce Self Compassion
  • Sometimes Therapy is Awkward
  • Set Boundaries, Find Peace
  • It Didn’t Start with You
  • Braving the Wilderness
  • Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
  • Attached

Meet the Facilitator

Sara Boothe

Sara Boothe, Resident in Counseling

(304) 571-3224

Sara has experience running process-oriented groups for several years in both inpatient and outpatient levels of care. Sara is passionate about providing a space for others to connect about our universal human experience in a way that facilitates positive changes in relationships with the self and others.