Join us for a peer support group in which LGBTQ persons from the MENA region can process experiences in a safe space. Group discussion can foster support and develop ways of coping with struggles afflicting our community. This group will be facilitated by Hazem Alanani and will take place on Wednesday, November 29 from 6:30-7:30 PM at the LGBT Center in Manhattan.
Hazem Alanani, is an International Medical Graduate and a Practice Liaison at a national behavioral health organization. During his master’s studies at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, he was trained in motivational interviewing and facilitated student groups at the school’s Health and Wellness Center. With expertise in multicultural group facilitation, and as a proud -born and raised- MENA LGBTQ person.
The group is designed to discuss any subject or experience the group participants share. Every discussion in the group will require confidentiality to ensure the privacy of those attending the group and the material shared. To maintain confidentiality of all group members in attendance, RSVP on our website atleast 24 hours in advance. The session has a maximum of 12 participants to keep the group small. Participants must be Queer and Middle Eastern / North African. In order to ensure minimal interruptions in the group, we also ask that everyone arrive no later than 6:45 PM. You must register in order to attend this session and be approved by our facilitator. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com - updates will be shared via email to registrants.
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