Emotionally Abused Latinx Adults

A national, weekly, working group to share experiences, learn self-help strategies & create community w/others who have toxic parental relationships

For: Adults ages 18+ who have a parent or someone with a parental role that is emotionally abusive. Please note that this is not a therapy process group.


This is a national, weekly, peer-led, working group to share experiences, learn self-help strategies & create community with others who have toxic parental relationships. Topics will vary. This is a closed group. Participants are required to register for all 7 sessions. Sessions are about $55 per group.

When: Saturday, April 30th  (7 weekly sessions on Saturdays)

Time: 9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST (1 hour 30 mins)

Topics per Session:
1. Defining Emotional Abuse.
2. Embodiment
3. Codependency
4. Boundaries
5. Grief
6. Compassion and Acceptance
7. Brainspotting: An Experiencial Healing Approach

Marisol Pérez, MSW

Marisol is the owner of Peaceful Counseling and Therapy in North Carolina, where she provides therapy services. She is a Latinx bilingual (English/Spanish) and bicultural Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Marisol creates a collaborative, warm, and non-judgmental environment where clients feel empowered with tools and at peace with their story. She has a passion for destigmatizing mental health, chronic illness, trauma, and disabilities. Marisol practices cultural humility and is committed to inclusivity, anti-racism, and is LGBTQIA+ affirming.  

Marisol is a New York City native and relocated to North Carolina in 2017. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from New York University, where she concentrated in integrated health care and evidenced-based modalities. Marisol graduated cum laude from the City University of New York, Herbert H. Lehman College where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. She has experience providing services in various settings including community outpatient agencies, primary care settings, and private practice. During her spare time, Marisol enjoys practicing mindfulness, playing her singing bowls, creating floral arrangements, and spending time with her husband, 3 dogs (Píto, Snoopy, and Bear), plants and extended family. Snoopy, seen in the photo, is Peaceful Counseling and Therapy’s virtual therapy dog.

In this support group, Marisol serves the role of a peer facilitator in efforts to guide the conversation towards compassionate, validating and productive conversations that lead to a sense of community and healing. This is her third cohort with Emotionally Abused Latinx Adults.



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Words from a past participant...

Being in a community searching for growth and not feeling alone this mother’s and father’s day was everything. Being so new to therapy, this group has given me the tools and verbiage to make my private therapy sessions less intimidating. I also appreciated knowing ahead of time what the following meeting would be about to reflect on and having the resources you shared. This way I can revisit and reflect on it. I really appreciate the compassion and patience from you both towards us, every session. I mostly appreciated you both for opening to us about your experiences. I believe that connection is what made it so easy for us to bring down our walls, and be vulnerable with our experiences. Also, anytime we would share an experience, I LOVED how you both would explain and invite us to explore and reflect on it. In one of our sessions anger came up and you asked me to write a letter to anger. While doing this exercise, I realized it really was not anger, I was feeling more hurt/pain. I found this very helpful. I had a very positive experience with EMDR previously, and was excited to be introduced to brainspotting! Again, you gave us the tools prior to our session and that made it less intimidating going into it. It was mind blowing to have Marisol guide me through it while being activated in brainspotting. Her guidance was so on point at every moment. How did she know? Did we all need the same guidance at  the same time?  This was truly mind blowing! I am so thankful for this experience.

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