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Pour it out: a support group for moms

What is Pour it Out?

It is a small group of women from Vancouver, Camas, Battleground and other surrounding areas, that join forces to navigate the wonderful and crazy world of motherhood.  During this once a month group (check the events calendar for exact dates)  moms will spend 60 minutes together, creating a inner circle of other moms to support them.

What should I Expect?

Each month maybe slightly different,  the foundation will remain the same. While enjoying  a cup of Tea and light snacks, moms will chit chat, discuss  coping skills that work for them, share positive parenting tips, or just enjoy being with other adults.

How do I get involved?

Everyone is welcome.  The cost of the group is $15 per session.  Children under 2 are welcome.

Register for this group by emailing  Include in the subject  line Pour it Out.  In the body of the email include your name and a cell phone number.

Janelle Adams, MA, LMFT, ATR Janelle Adams, MA, LMFT, ATR, offers her extensive expertise to help people of all ages from all walks of life to lead happy, balanced lives. Through her work at In Touch Counseling Services in Vancouver, Washington, she delivers care and treatment designed to address mental health disorders, relationship challenges, physical health problems, and more. Janelle takes a holistic, integrative approach with each person she sees at In Touch Counseling Services. She knows that each individual’s experiences and difficulties are unique. She blends a variety of treatments — including ancient treatments like acupuncture and leading-edge approaches like Alpha-Stim® cranial electrotherapy stimulation — based on the individual’s specific needs and preferences. As a registered art therapist (ATR) and licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), Janelle can draw on her extensive experience to help each patient.

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