Groups and Workshops

Below are some of the upcoming Psychotherapy Groups and Workshops that you can participate in at Clear Path. 


Facilitated by: Katherine Usher

When: Thursdays 6:30 - 8:00 pm, October 13, 20, 27, November 3, 10 

Location: 1934 Monroe Street, Madison WI. If the group exceeds 15 participants, the location may be moved.

Cost:  $120 for entire series (recommended) or $30 per single session
Drop-ins are welcome! Attend the full series for maximum benefit. 

Registration: To register, please email*

Description: Join Katherine Usher, clinical intern at Clear Path Counseling & Wellness, for a group in deconstructing belief systems that no longer serve us. We will meet for 5 weeks on Thursdays starting on October 13th from 6:30-8pm at the Clear Path Clinic (1934 Monroe Street).


Katherine is a clinical intern at Clear Path Counseling and Wellness. She seeks to create a non-judgmental and collaborative environment to understand one's past and explore one's present. She has intimate experience with deconstructing evangelical Christianity and welcomes people of all belief backgrounds to join.

*Please also email me if you are interested in this group on a different day of the week or time of year


Facilitated by: Bobbie Harte Shaw

When: Saturdays 10-11:30am, Oct 8, Oct 15, Oct 29, Nov 12, Nov 19, Dec 3

Location: 1934 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 

Cost:  $120 for six-week series

Registration: To register, email 


This group is premised on a few different ideas: Grief is an essential part of being human, and a non-negotiable aspect of loving. If we love, we will grieve; that is the polarity of life. Grief never entirely goes away; rather, it changes over time and our lives can expand in response to it. Humans are meant to grieve in community, not isolation. 


The seed for this group was planted when my own mother died almost 12 years ago. This is the group I wish I'd had then.

Join me, with whatever grief you're carrying. This small, confidential group will be a place to be seen and heard, and to see and hear others who are human and hurting, just like you are.