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Owning Your Space

A Virtual Group for Women of Color at the Center for Intimacy Recovery


Ever felt nervous speaking up in a room filled with members of the dominant culture? Have you experienced imposter syndrome at work?  Struggle taking up space?  Feeling burned out from having to work three times as hard to be seen or recognized?  Tired of having to be resilient? Don’t feel like you belong? 


This group is for you!


This is a virtual group aimed at providing a safe space for women of color to come together with shared struggles and obstacles, gain support and insight, and learn coping skills on how to navigate their day-to-day struggle as women of color.



Key Benefits Include:

  • Bringing women of color together to support each other in their day-to-day struggles

  • Developing healthier mechanisms for coping with pain and emotional distress

  • Creating a safe space to process feelings and emotions 

  • Empowering women 

  • A place to hold women who are feeling burned out 

  • Help understanding racial identity 


Who would benefit:

Women of color who are ready to create a different experience for themselves, who are looking for healing, personal growth and support. 


When: Wednesdays, 6:00 - 7:30 pm

Where: Via Zoom with the Center for Intimacy Recovery

Beginning: Wednesday, January 10, 2024

Led by: Rosie Silva, MHC-LP


If you or someone you know could benefit from this group call 646-692-0880 or email info@intimacyrecovery.com


One individual session will be required for new clients to join the group.



About Rosie: Rosie received her Master of Arts and Master of Education in Psychology Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University, with a concentration in Bilingual Latinx Mental Health Counseling.


Rosie’s diverse education and professional background has given her a versatile and relatable style, which makes for an easier connection with a wider range of clients.  She is passionate about working with vulnerable populations, who are marginalized due to their ethnicity, race, social-economic status or immigration status. She has devoted most of her life to serving such underrepresented groups, whether working as a counselor to foster children from Brooklyn, helping draw attention to discrimination faced by girls globally at the United Nations, or serving the Latinx community in the South Bronx as a bilingual counselor.


 In addition, she believes that it is paramount to take into consideration how political influences, societal narratives, intergenerational effects and genetic predisposition intersect to shape one’s emotional being.

Rosie brings a compassionate presence coupled with her no-nonsense New Yorker style to help her clients achieve their optimum wellbeing, whether that is improving interpersonal relationships, overcoming self-esteem challenges or pursuing a career change. Most importantly, she focuses on creating a non-judgmental environment for her clients to feel heard, validated and understood.

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