Single Girls Anonymous (SGA) will be held at Doute’ Counseling Services as a support group meeting available weekly for women located in Georgia and New York who are single, divorced and/ or widowed. SGA was created to provide a safe space where women can come to be open about any anxiety or depression that has set in due to their not being able to meet their life goals within the area of romantic love. SGA is a place to create solidarity and fellowship amongst like minded women with common interest embracing reciprocity and mutual exchange. SGA is dedicated to helping women recover from anxiety, depression through its – Single Girls Anonymous “12 Steps To Live By” program. By attending SGA women will be provided the support they need to talk through any mental crisis they may be experiencing with regards to romantic relationships.

Disclaimer: Single Girls Anonymous meets weekly via zoom. The support group Doute' Counseling Services is located and licensed in Georgia and New York. All registered attendees need to be located in Georgia or New York to attend.


Weekly 2:30pm-4:30pm EST

Location: Virtual Zoom 


Single Girls

Empowerment Pledge

I am a single woman. I am NOT desperate. I am NOT  depressed and I’m NOT going to just settle for just any man that comes my way.... no matter how many more women there are to men in the world. I accept love in my life- the RIGHT way - My way! From a man who DESERVES me. My name is (say your name) and I accept the single women empowerment pledge, do you?

Dr. Stacii Jae


(BA, LHD, MFT Intern)

I am a graduate level intern currently working towards receiving my Master’s in Marriage & Family Therapy from Touro University. I am also a graduate of Spelman College, a best-selling author, and received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humanitarianism from Global International Alliance. I have over 10 years’ experience as a dating and love coach. I enjoy helping single and divorced women rediscover and reconnect with themselves in a way that enables them to live full and well-rounded lives, so that when they encounter love and find a life partner, they can enter that union whole, full of self-knowledge, and aware of their individual value.

As a MFT intern, I plan to inspire, empower, and strategize with single women to help provide them with the tools needed to have healthy romantic relationships.  I am excited to expand my passion for helping single and divorced women into working with individuals, couples and families. Life can be hard and things in life can happen to us that turn us in a direction emotionally that can be difficult to navigate. I believe that it is important to have a safe environment where we can enter and talk through the challenging times in our life with someone who can help us explore ways to navigate those difficult times in a way that still allows us to achieve happiness and joy for living.

The approach I take to assist clients is typically based on the client(s) needs. Some of the modalities I use include but is not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy and The Gottman Method.

I believe that everyone has the ability within themselves to find their way back to joy. I love helping people and genuinely want to see everyone in every aspect of their lives – live their best life NOW!



( BA, MA, MFT)

Working as a Pastoral Counselor alongside her husband of 22 years. Turiya has gained experience with helping people dealing with life transitions, family conflict, anxiety, stress, depression, divorce, trauma, grief and loss. This is where she acquired the skill to listen with a nonjudgmental ear. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Counseling/Human Services from Point University and her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has a specific interest in working with Individuals, Families, Couples, Blended families, Pre-Marital and Marriage counseling. Her approach to counseling is Solution Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy but typically is tailored to fit the needs of the client. She has learned from the mental health profession that the key component to change is motivation and being committed to the therapeutic process. Her goal as a therapist is to help people take back control over their lives.

12 Steps To Live By

  1. I will allow myself to experience the beauty of life
  2. I will choose character over everything
  3. I will manage all of my negative self talk and disruptive emotions
  4. I will stay open to allowing love in when I want to give up
  5. I will not emasculate, but I appreciate
  6. I will commit to making positive deposits into my life
  7. I will be patient in the process on my journey to love again
  8. I will be confident, not controlling
  9. I commit to taking care of my mind and body
  10. I commit to being vulnerable in order to build a solid foundation
  11. I commit to stop focusing on the destination and embrace God’s timing
  12. I commit to being happy today with my life