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Jessica Rios-Flores, LCSW. Empowerment Therapist, Author, Mentor, Certified Grief Educator, Certified Mindfulness Instructor

Flowing Hearts Circle Membership

Embark on a transformative journey of healing with Flowing Hearts Circle, a community specially crafted to support you through your unique grief experience. At Flowing Hearts Circle, we understand that grief is a personal journey, and we're here to guide you every step of the way.

We gather every other week!

What Awaits You Inside the Flowing Hearts Circle?

Virtual Connection: Join us for intimate video gatherings every other Wednesday from 6:30 – 7:30 PM EST via Zoom. Make meaningful connections with a community that not only understands but empathizes and shares their own unique journeys.


Private Support Network: Gain exclusive access to our private online community – for sharing, connecting, and finding solace with others who truly understand.


Monthly Exploration: Delve into a new topic each month, thoughtfully designed to nurture your grief journey. Engage in insightful Q&A sessions to share experiences, gain insights, and grow together in your grief journey.


Empowering Workshops: Explore a variety of workshops tailored to help navigate your grief journey. From therapeutic sessions to art, book clubs, and creative techniques – these avenues provide emotional expression and release.


Special Guest Speakers: Be inspired by occasional guest speakers who bring unique perspectives and insights, enriching your journey further.

Membership Flexibility: Join the Flowing Hearts Circle with absolutely no obligation. Feel free to cancel at any time – we believe in providing a space that supports you.

Embrace the Journey. The Flowing Hearts Circle Awaits You. Sign up today!

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Get the support you need. 

Here are some of the grieving needs you may experience as part of this membership:

  • Witnessing and validating the depth of your emotions

  • Encouragement and embracing the diverse range of emotions that accompany grief

  • Navigate through guilt, fostering self-forgiveness and self-compassion

  • Finding space where your pain and the love you have for your loved one coexist

  • Holding onto hope for you until you’re ready to embrace it and helped you discover a renewed sense of purpose

Jessica Rios-Flores, LCSW. Empowerment Therapist, Author, Mentor, Certified Grief Educator, Certified Mindfulness Instructor

A little about my story...

I've experienced several losses in my life, and none made me feel more broken and shaken up than my father's passing and one particular miscarriage. Yet, I'm so grateful for the last year I shared with my father. We bonded so much that year. Then there was the second biggest loss for me. We were so close to having a healthy first trimester, but then there was no heartbeat. I felt so empty, but my unconditional love, joy, and excitement during the first trimester are irreplaceable and unforgettable. Despite my gratitude, my grief process was not linear. I felt the anger, the sadness, the relief, the guilt, and so much more.  READ MORE

“Jessica was the blessing I needed during one of the most difficult times of my life. Through working with her, I was able to grieve my mother and develop coping skills for when the grief is intense. Needless to say, I would highly recommend her.”
- Thanaa
“I started coaching because of grief and depression. The sessions made me feel safe and as a result gave me the space to let go of years worth of repressed emotions. They were hardened ice throughout my body and Jessica provided the sun for them to melt away and dissipate. Jessica is the most amazing human doing so many beautiful things for humanity.”
- Lia
  • What are your services?
    I’m on a mission to empower individuals to lean into their truths, live a healthier and happier life, whether that's through overcoming personal wounds and grief or designing a business of your dreams. To learn more about my specific offerings please click here.
  • Do you accept health insurance?
    Yes, I do accept insurance for my therapy services. I am currently licensed to provide therapy in New York and Florida. I am in-network with UnitedHealthcare, Oxford Health Plans, Aetna and Oscar. To learn more about my therapy services please click here. Wellness Coaching on the other hand is not covered by your insurance, and it is not restricted or regulated. Wellness coaching takes on a holistic approach, which focuses on the whole person (mental, emotional, physical and spiritual) and differs from therapy as it is not a treatment per se but rather a personal and goal driven program. Wellness coaching is available to anyone in any country. To learn more about the difference between coaching and therapy please click here.
  • Do you offer therapy for children, teens, families, couples?
    I only provide therapy to adults ages 18+. My specialty is working with women and the LGBTQ+ community, in the areas of grief, trauma, unresolved childhood issues, domestic violence, and stress/burnout. To learn more about my therapy services please visit WomenMix. If you’re looking for therapy outside of my specialty, here are a few recommendations for other providers that may be a better fit.
  • Can you help me open or further develop my private practice?
    Yes, I love mentoring other therapists! Click here to learn more about my one-on-one coaching.
  • Do you provide Clinical Supervision to Social Workers?
    I earned my Seminar in Field Instruction (SIFI) Certification from Fordham University. I am a LCSW-R and have provided clinical supervision to Social Workers in NY. At this time, I am not accepting her clinical supervisees.

Disclaimer: We warmly welcome you to The Flowing Hearts Circle Grief Group. Please note that while our group provides a supportive and compassionate environment for sharing and healing, it is important to understand that our services are not a replacement for professional therapy or psychiatric care. Our group is designed to offer peer support and a shared space for expressing grief and experiences. However, it does not provide professional mental health services, medical advice, or psychotherapy. If you are in need of professional mental health support, we strongly encourage seeking the help of a qualified therapist or counselor. Our group can be a complement to professional therapy, but it is not an alternative to it. Your mental and emotional well-being is our priority, and we urge you to take the appropriate steps to care for your mental health.

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