Digestive Health Coping Skills Group

Supporting your digestive health and well-being virtual group.

In a safe, supportive atmosphere from the comfort of your home, review mind-body skills for working with digestive health concerns.

Location

Virtual

Time

Thursdays, 3:30–5:15 p.m.

Leaders

Rebecca Kan, PsyD and Michelle Toigo, PhD

Cost

Covered by many health insurance programs.

How to attend

Have your digestive health provider place a referral to DHC Health Psychology. You will need a computer, tablet or smartphone with a camera and Webex Meetings installed to participate.

Upcoming 2023 schedule

January 5: The gut-brain axis
Learn about the biological link between our brains and the functioning of our gastrointestinal system.

January 12: Self-care strategies
Identify strategies to help you relieve stress and maintain a sense of well-being.

January 19: Being you despite your symptoms
Live a meaningful life while managing gastrointestinal symptoms.

January 26: Managing digestive health pain
Identify triggers and learn strategies to help manage digestive health-related pain.

February 2: Stress related to food/eating
Understand the relationship between the body’s stress response, digestion and the gut microbiome to help manage stressors and improve eating experiences.

February 9: Mindful relaxation
Practice relaxation strategies focused on being present and aware of your feelings and senses in the current moment without judgment to activate the body’s relaxation response.

February 16: Managing digestive health pain
Identify triggers and learn strategies to help manage digestive health-related pain.

March 2: Self-Care strategies
Identify strategies to help you relieve stress and maintain a sense of well-being.

Note: Schedule is subject to change. Sessions run two times each year and have a limited number of spots available.