NDT provides different services, one of them includes providing support circles. What is a support circle? Support circle is a community-based support circle where people get together to process and discuss specific topics. The goal is for the participants to get together and learn about specific topics from each other, and the topics can vary. The goal is to create safer space to share, so you don’t feel alone. During the process, you can gain more knowledge, insights, coping skills, and support. That is support circle for you from NDT!
A collective environment to share and learn from others
Our support circles are designed to be a healing space for community members.
Support Circles Now Available!Want to host a space?
Our first support circle, Anxiety Network, is now available and visit here to learn more.
We are currently working on expanding support circles offering that is different than group therapy. Our support circles are a web-based educational and healing space provided by people with knowledge and gifts that promotes growth in various forms and ways. The community instructors who runs the support circles get to create a space and share with the deaf community using our secure web based video platform.Find A Circle
The Anxiety Network
The Anxiety Network is a supportive meeting place for anyone who experiences anxiety to be able to connect with and share ideas with others on living with anxiety. We discuss ways to deal with unknowns in relationships, friendships, career and life direction. This closed support group meets twice a month.Click here to Join the Support Circle FAQ
Lore Ameloot holds a M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and B.A. in Psychology from Gallaudet University. She currently works as a DV/SA advocate for ADWAS (Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services). She has great passion in bringing healing to people who have been through a traumatic/stressful experience and in spreading mental health awareness on topics such as anxiety issues. An impassioned animal lover, Lore is the proud mother of a Great Dane named Raine.