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Many of us are struggling right now. From personal difficulties to global horrors. we all need support to fully live. 

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- workshop attendee

"In a little over an hour of teaching and conversation, I had new tools and new ways of being in the world. That's pretty amazing and that's what Chani brought to the workshop."



Do you want to…
  • Rediscover yourself and connect with those around you?
  • Embrace the fullness of life in all its ups and downs?
  • Live with more joy and compassion?
  • Better manage stress, fear, and grief?
  • Celebrate all that life is offering?

Then this support group is for you!

The virtual support group will begin on February 5, 2024 and end on April 15, 2024. It will meet six times, every other Monday from 7:00-8:30pm ET.

Dates include:
  • Monday, February 5
  • Monday, February 19
  • Monday, March 4
  • Monday, March 18
  • Monday, April 1
  • Monday, April 15

This support group is a paid offering. For accessibility, there are three pricing tiers, based on your ability to pay. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.

Full fee: $1,200
Sliding scale: $900
Scholarship: $600

Apply by January 31.

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- m.h.

"What started as a group of strangers sitting uncomfortably in a circle ended with profound sharing and connection. That's what happens when Rev. Chani facilities a training or workshop."

Chani Getter (they/them) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), grief educator, and trauma therapist with a private practice in NJ. Rev. Chani is also an ordained interfaith minister and a beloved spiritual leader, teacher, and counselor. Rev. Chani's brings a unique perspective and offers life-changing teachings that welcome, empower, and inspire.

For nearly 20 years, Rev. Chani has supported and nurtured a growing community of women, men, trans, gender queer, and non-binary people across North America and Europe. Their life and work has been featured in two documentary films, "One of Us" (2017) and "Devout" (2012). Chani's expertise includes working with people raised in insular or fundamental religious communities including former ultra-orthodox Jews, Mormons, Muslims, and fundamental Christians.

To learn more about Chani's background, visit the about page.

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"Whatever it is you bring, Rev. Chani will create a place of non-judgement, a place where you will feel safe, seen and heard."

Applications are due January 31.

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