Femmes of Color Virtual Therapy Group 
Hi, I'm Sofia Jasani, Professional Counselor Associate, NCC! Thank you so much for your interest in joining my therapy group for Femmes of Color. Group therapy is an effective and affordable way to cultivate resilience, improve your relationship skills, and find your voice. Group therapy is unique because you work with a therapist to heal and grow from depression, anxiety, and trauma in community with others.

The Spring 2023 Group will meet on Tuesdays from 6-8pm beginning April 4th, 2023.

Group sessions are 2 hours long, and each session is $40. Groups meet for 10 consecutive weeks.

Please fill out this questionnaire to get started. I will contact you closer to the start of the group to schedule a pre-group screening interview to help us get to know one another and decide if this group is the right fit for you!
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What is your name? *
What is your email address? I will use this to contact you to schedule your pre-group screening interview. *
Are you a resident of Oregon? I am a Professional Counselor Associate registered in the state of Oregon, and can only serve folks in Oregon. *
Do you identify as a Woman or Nonbinary Femme of Color? This group encourages healing through shared experience, so it is important that all members live at this unique intersection of race and gender. *
The Spring 2023 Femmes of Color Therapy Group will begin on Tuesday, April 4th and will meet weekly from 6:00-8:00pm for 10 weeks. Group sessions are 2 hours long, and each session is $40. The effectiveness of the group depends on the attendance and participation of the members, so please let me know if the time works well for you to meet consistently. *
If you could change anything about the way you relate to or interact with others, what would you change? *
How might it be helpful for you to give and receive feedback? How might this be challenging for you? *
What do you hope to gain by participating in this group? Please feel free to select any of the below examples of goals that participants may have for group therapy, or write in your own. *
Thank you!
I will contact you to schedule a pre-group screening interview to help us get to know one another and decide if this group is the right fit for you!

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Sofia Jasani, Professional Counselor Associate, NCC (she/her/hers)
About Sofia
I believe each client has the capacity for healing and self-actualization. I bring genuine empathy, acceptance, curiosity, and hope into my relationship with clients so they may feel understood, valued, and empowered to move towards growth at every point in the lifespan. I celebrate my clients’ unique culture, wisdom, strengths, and identities. I collaborate with clients to explore how systems of power and oppression impact their well-being. I support clients in making meaning in their lives and relationships.

I hold a master’s degree in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling from Portland State University with a focus in chronic illness and disability. I have additional training and experience in Child-Centered Play Therapy, Child-Parent Relationship Therapy, Grief Counseling, Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy, and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling.

I am a passionate advocate and community leader. I currently serve on the Oregon Board of Psychology, and have previously served on the executive boards of the Oregon Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development and the Oregon Counseling Association. I served on the American Counseling Association Anti-Racism Taskforce in 2020.

I am the proud daughter of Muslim immigrants and am a first-generation college student. My mission is to center the voices of Black, Indigenous, POC, Disabled, Queer, Trans, and Affectionally Diverse communities within the counseling profession and co-create a world in which ALL people can find “a counselor who looks like me.”

As a Professional Counselor Associate registered with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, I am supervised by Summer Brown, LMFT and Kimberly Jayne, PhD, LPC, NCC, RPT-S.
This is my rescue dog, Rocket!
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