Women’s Anxiety & Stress Relief: Find your Calm, Hope, & Support


In our groups, you will learn about the following topics related to anxiety and stress:

What is anxiety and why do I feel this way?

How can mindfulness help calm my anxiety? Just breathe?

How can my breath guide me to a sense of calm

What is gratitude and how can it help to reduce my anxiety?

How can I begin a meditation practice when I’m so anxious?

I want to begin a self-care practice, but I don’t have the time!

How can I create a practice of habits like meditation, gratitude, and mindfulness?

Why Join This Group on Anxiety?

You will learn effective skills and practical tools that you can apply after each group to help manage your anxiety and stress.

You will have time in each group to practice applying what you learn and discuss

You can share your experiences, build relationships, and gain support with other women who face anxiety and stress in their lives.

You are warmly invited to join Sara Graff in a supportive and judgment free space so that you can learn new ways to manage your anxiety. Please note that this group is an educational group. This group is not a psychotherapy group. Because this group is educational and self-help in nature, it is open to women outside of the state of Florida.

Please contact me for more information.

Group Therapist

Sara Graff is a licensed clinical social worker in Dunedin, FL where she provides support to family caregivers. Sara helps to guide family caregivers by teaching them how to manage their stress and overwhelm, connect to a community of caregivers, and find the resilience they need to keep moving forward on their path for change.

Many of Sara’s client’s seek out help because they feel the continual pressure, overwhelm, and loss of self that can come from being a family caregiver. Before beginning therapy with Sara, clients may feel hopeless, worry endlessly, fear what will happen next, and not know what to do to feel some relief.

When working with Sara, her clients learn how to shift their thoughts and guide their feelings to a place with more hope, peace, and acceptance. Sara walks with her clients down a path for change. They learn, with compassionate support from Sara, how to slow down their thoughts, release their fears, and take the steps to create a life they adore.

Sara has trained in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), mindful based interventions, and positive psychology. In session, She moves at a slow and comfortable pace to help her clients feel comfortable, safe, and supported in therapy. She offers counseling sessions in the comfort of the home, or other preferred location, through virtual telehealth video sessions. She can see clients throughout the state of Florida.

Sara received her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She has worked for 20 years in private practice. She has worked in a variety of settings and locations with clients across the age spectrum.

Sara Graff

Sara Graff is a therapist in Dunedin, Florida specializing in anxiety, caregiver stress & support, aging related concerns, divorce & separation, life transitions, and chronic illness.

Weekly on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm

Florida (Online)

$25 per week (1 month minimum)