To Find A Group:

  1. Type in your city and state or zip code to find a group in your area.
  2. Once you locate a nearby group, contact the facilitator and see if their group fits with your availability.
  3. Download the Intake Form for Potential Group Participants to fill out and send to the facilitator. **Filling out this form does not guarantee you a space in the group but is used along with a personal conversation with the facilitator to assess readiness for the group.
  4. No groups in your area? Check out our other options by scrolling down.

Group Type
MTS Basic
Vulnerable Child
MTS Adolescents
Group Gender

Please note: The facilitators listed here have successfully completed the Online Basic Training course. We have conducted a criminal background and reference check on each of them, and they have agreed to adhere to the Certified Facilitator Agreement. Nevertheless, the facilitators listed are independent from Mending the Soul. While Mending the Soul does certify facilitators, we do not supervise them. If anyone has questions or concerns regarding a Facilitator listed here, please feel free to leave us an anonymous message by calling 866-535-5044 extension 0.

Can’t find a group in your area?

There are locations where Mending the Soul small groups are not available. Fortunately, we have a list of certified facilitators willing to lead groups of participants from all over the world via online video-conference tools like Skype, Google Hangouts, or Zoom. Please contact to be connected with an online group OR fill our our online form HERE.

Unable to participate in an online group?

We recommend “pioneers” who have a heart to start this ministry take the following steps:

        1. Read Mending the Soul: Understanding and Healing Abuse
        2. Find at least one other person to work through the Mending the Soul small group materials with. All persons in the “group” should be the same gender, and need to be willing to take their own personal healing journey. This will be your Mending the Soul small support group.
        3. If you don’t have a safe person or group to do this with, you may also go through the Mending the Soul Workbook with a counselor or therapist you trust.