Dating Support Group

Are you finding it difficult to meet the right person? 

Dating can be such an intimidating process -- especially if you’ve been in a relationship for so long and haven’t gotten yourself out there in awhile.

It's intimidating out there. 

Maybe you're worried about getting ghosted?

Or having a hard time not taking things personally?

Or what if it goes great and you find you're actually not ready for intimacy?

Figuring out how to find a new relationship (that actually works) is going to be a bit of a learning curve.

So, why not learn with others?

You don't have to be alone in this dating game.

In my Dating Support Group, not only will you get some relatable support from your groupmates, but you’ll probably also share a laugh or two with others who are fumbling around with the dating world alongside you!

I really want you to have a successful relationship, so let’s tackle this together!

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Suresh H.

Hearing everyone’s stories gave me confidence about going out there myself. I started to be able to visualize myself taking risks and chances I never had before. Going on a date, having sex again after five years, being more direct about my needs. I wouldn’t have contemplated half of the stuff if I wasn’t in a support group. Coming back and sharing my experiences with the group helped me learn how to be more vulnerable and talk more-which come to think of it I didn’t do towards the end of my marriage.

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Who is this for?

Are you finding yourself still too attached to memories or fantasies of your ex?

Maybe they'll chance -- maybe you'll go back -- maybe you'll just listen to a sad love song or watch a love story and wish that you could go back -- instead of moving forward.

Maybe you were angry, felt like things were unfair, or you wanted to move on for a long time -- but now that you're here, it's hard to be proactive about meeting a new someone.

You may find that you're set in your ways. Because you haven't dated for years, perhaps you don't know where to start, and maybe, you're even embarrassed to show your dating profile to anyone. 

If you've been thinking about your dating career and how you are going to help yourself through the process, this group is for you.

How does this work?

This is a group exclusively about looking 
where you’ve been, the relationship trauma that has occurred, and how you are now going to get behind moving forward in your life.

  • 12-week minimum commitment (with possibility to extend with one month notice)
  • Group is mixed gender and is limited to seven people*
  • Group Meetings are held online


*One of the main reasons why mixed gender groups work so well is because we get to see that the issues run across genders. People have similar experiences when it comes to getting divorced, dating, and coparenting. I’ve always run mixed groups and I find them amazingly stimulating and educational for everyone.


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Sarah R.

While dating, I never thought of my love language, my attachment style, why I was attracted, who I was attracted to -- and if I even had the capacity to be in a healthy relationship. Working with other people trying to improve themselves and be more conscious really helped me shift my focus to me. I stopped interpreting everything as rejection.

Hi, I'm Susan Regan...

I'm a relationship expert and certified coach. 

I began my career as a marriage & family therapist over twenty years ago and my practice has grown and evolved over those years. I now offer guidance in relationship healing and enhancements, personal changes, and overcoming relationship trauma.

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About Confidentiality and Privacy:

Do this part of your life here --  in this community. You don’t have to explain yourself; the people in this group are in similar situations as you. In this group, you can ask all of your questions and process your worries here -- with us.

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Jamie C.

I was dating, dating, dating like crazy. It was a way to make myself value myself more. I took many big breaks from the apps while I was in support group. It really helped me learn to be alone, value myself, and consider if I could even get to know the person sitting across the table from me instead of just seeing them as the projection of what I wanted them to be.


When is it?

The Group Meets on Tuesdays @ 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm [PST]


  • 15-minute Inquiry Call: to answer questions and schedule your intake meeting.
  • First Session/Intake Appointment: $200
  • Monthly Fee: 
    • Option (1): $590
      • One private coaching session per month
      • Four 90-minute, weekly sessions
    • Option (2): $340
      • Four 90-minute, weekly sessions

Payment: All clients have an active credit card on file to reserve their appointments and to hold their place in the group.



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