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Unmasking

**Group Currently Full. Please reach out to be on the waitlist for January!**

 

For ADHD’ers ages 19+ in Victoria BC (self-diagnosis welcome)


Mondays September 18th - November 27th (No group Oct 2nd, 9th, or 30th)

 

(Mondays Sept 18 & 25th; Oct 16th & 23rd; Nov 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th)


@ 1095 McKenzie Ave; 6:30 – 8:00pm

You deserve to feel understood

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Unmasking is a love letter to ADHD’ers.

To the younger versions of us who needed the reminder that we are not broken.

That we deserve to have community, support, and a space where all parts of us are welcome.

A space to feel seen, where we can talk about systems and strategies that actually work for us.

The world may have told you there was something wrong with you.

So many of us ADHD’ers faced pressure to hide (or “mask”) our true selves in the world just to make it through.

The constant feeling of needing to hide your true self is exhausting and you deserve better.

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We want you to know that there is nothing wrong with you.

Our goal for Unmasking isn’t to “fix” you—it’s to help you navigate broken systems and feel less alone while doing it.

This is why we’ve created an 8-week group for ADHD’ers ages 19+. A space where we can learn from and honour each other’s experiences of ADHD, talk about systems and strategies to work with our brains (not against them), and maybe share a meme or two.

Who are we?

Hi! Our names are Amelia Lowe and Ciara Harte (pronounced Kira), and we are both Registered Clinical Counsellors and proud ADHD’ers.

 

It is our passion to help folks from a trauma-informed, intersectional perspective, and we firmly believe in the power of healing in community.

This matters to us because we’ve been there (and are still learning, ourselves). Our hope for Unmasking is to offer a space to learn from each other and feel more grounded and self-compassionate towards ourselves as neurodivergent people.

The Investment

We are offering Unmasking on a tiered system as part of our commitment to financial accessibility and equity.

 

This pricing system allows each person to consider their financial access when joining, making way for those who may need extra support. 

We also offer various flexible payment plans for each pricing tier, and receipts can be submitted to any extended benefits that cover Registered Clinical Counsellors.

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$600+gst – Join & Give

This is our community care option. The extra money you contribute supports fellow ADHD’ers who may be on the other end of our sliding scale. This option is meant for folks who own the home they live in, have investments or inherited money, or have a high degree of earning power due to their level of education, gender, class, background, family system, or privilege.

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$500+gst - Join

This is the actual cost of Unmasking. This option is meant for folks who can comfortably meet all of their basic needs, and who have extended coverage and/or expendable income to purchase things like coffee, books, etc.

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$400+gst - Join & Receive

This option is meant for folks who might otherwise find joining Unmasking a big financial stretch, for whom it might create financial hardship.

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You deserve to have the freedom to be who you truly are.

We want you to have a community of other people that get it.
 
We want you to feel celebrated and the freedom to live authentically as yourself.
 
We want you to know you are welcome, just as you are--
 
And we’d love to join you on your journey.
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