Living with Lyme Disease, tick-borne illnesses, and other kinds of chronic illness can be a hard and lonely experience.
Our Support Groups offer a confidential space to connect and share.
All support groups are currently held on Zoom due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. In-person groups will be held at the Center’s office space once it is safe to do so.
Before you attend your first meeting, please read over the Support Group Agreements here.
See dates/times below:
2nd Saturdays: Lyme Support Group
March 13, 2021
Strategies and resources for living well with tick-borne illness. All are welcome including any persons supporting those with Lyme or tick borne illness.
3rd Wednesdays: Chronic Illness Support and Wellness Group
March 17, 2021
A facilitated discussion for those with Lyme or other chronic illnesses, to create connection, with the intention of moving towards wellness.
All are welcome including any persons supporting those with Lyme or chronic illness.
Meet the facilitators:
Nellie Wilson, MA
3rd Wednesday: Chronic Illness Support and Wellness Group Facilitator
Nellie has over 10 years of experience with group facilitation, running the Northampton Area Women with Chronic Illnesses peer support group, facilitating Cuddle Party (TM) events, and other workshops on consent and communication.
Nellie draws on her master’s degree in Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching from the California Institute of Integral Studies, personal experience of living with a chronic illness for over 15 years. She is committed to giving back to people in the disability and chronic illness communities and is honored to be able to share knowledge and to support individuals and groups.
Maria Malaguti, Executive Director, President
2nd Saturday: Lyme Support Group Facilitator
With a certificate in non-profit management and BA from Marlboro College Vt, Maria founded the Lyme Disease Resource Center as a way to educate and support those who are affected by Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illness. Maria is passionate about supporting clients of the center to find ways to cope with and thrive in the face of illness.