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Wide Oak Ranch Therapist Self-Care Mini Retreat


As therapists and caregivers, it's crucial to prioritize self-care to avoid burnout and provide the best support to those in need. This mini-retreat is an opportunity to invest in yourself, recharge your energy, and rediscover the joy and fulfillment in your practice. 


Join us and let Wide Oak Ranch be the sanctuary where you replenish your spirit, rejuvenate your mind, and embrace the journey of self-care.  We look forward to guiding you on this transformative experience!

Upcoming Sessions: 

Location: Wide Oak Ranch, nestled in the serene Fremont hills, just east of Mission Peak. exact address will be provided after signing up.


Purpose: This mini-retreat is designed to help you slow down, reconnect with your body, and nurture your mind and spirit


Investment: $75 per participant


Limited Availability: To ensure a personalized experience, we have a limit of 6 participants


TIME: 11am-2pm. You are welcome to arrive anytime between 10:30-11 am.

What to Expect

At the Therapist Self-Care Mini Retreat, you can look forward to:


  • Nature Immersion: Enjoy the serene and picturesque surroundings of Wide Oak Ranch, offering a peaceful escape from the daily hustle and bustle

  • Mindfulness Practices: Engage in mindfulness exercises that will help you be present in the moment and put aside stress and worries

  • Embodied Activities: Reconnect with your body through gentle movement exercises

  • Group Sharing: Connect with other like-minded therapists, sharing experiences, challenges, and insights in a supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere

  • Time for Reflection: Take a moment to reflect on your own well-being, gain insights, and explore strategies for enhancing self-care in your professional and personal life

  • Light Refreshments: Nourish your body with light refreshments during the retreat

Amanda Starr, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist with 15 years of experience as a somatically trained therapist specializing in attachment injury and trauma recovery in adults.  After 20+ years living in the Pacific Northwest, Amanda has returned to her family’s ranch here in the Bay Area. She hopes to offer a safe and welcoming space for humans seeking connection with themselves, other mammals, and the natural world.

Sept 28

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