Attitudinal Healing Support Groups are offered in various locations around the world. Some are held in Centers for Attitudinal Healing, others in community settings, and for remote locations, groups meet online through Zoom and Skype.

A sampling of types of groups offered for health may include: Chronic and Life-threatening Illness; Living With HIV/AIDS; Loss and Grief; Death and Dying; Caring for the Caregiver; Aging with Attitude; and the Person-to-Person groups for people who wish to use the Principles of Attitudinal Healing in their personal and professional lives.

AH support groups specific for children and youth and their families facing Chronic or Life-threatening Illness; Loss and Grief; and Death and Dying may also be available.

Attitudinal Healing and Dementia

Attitudinal Healing Western Australia - Western Australia

Following the AHI International Conference held in San Francisco in 2014 Attitudinal Healing Western Australia (AHWA) joined with Michael Verde (Memory Bridge Foundation) and Trish Ellis (AHI) to develop and deliver programs to end the emotional and spiritual isolation of people living with dementia. At the time, AHWA was looking for a new way of offering service into the community that was meaningful, and a service that would allow us personally and organizationally to deepen our own awareness, further develop our skills of communication and open our hearts more expansively towards love. The Building Briges Program answered these needs and have offered untold opportunities for people with and without dementia to learn what it is to be human and how at our very core we long to deeply connect with each other regardless of outward appearances or situations. The Building Bridges program includes training for people visiting or caring for people with dementia, a Memory Cafe collaboration with local municipalities and a monthly art museum excursion for people with dementia and their carers.

For additional information, contact Trisha Halvorsen at