At Miror, We’re With You For The Journey

Community is an essential pillar of mental health. Whether you’re grieving the loss of a loved one, becoming a parent, embarking on a new career, or exploring sex and intimacy, Miror allows you to choose your group based on topics that are important to you — then connects you with others who can relate to what you’re going through.

 

Life is unpredictable. But you don’t have to navigate it alone. 

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Our Team

Our facilitators show up to every gathering with grace, compassion, understanding, and professionalism — and are an integral part of the Miror experience. They keep the conversation flowing and encourage interaction while providing room for discussion, exploration, and personal growth. And every facilitator has been acclimated to the Miror Method before ever leading a gathering.

Trust us — you’re in good hands. Meet just some of our facilitators below.

Cassie Guerin

Founder & CEO

First and foremost, I am a seeker.  The quest to understand the bigger things in life – peace, love, the Divine, and ultimately myself – is an ongoing journey. I created Miror to make it easier to meet like-minded people who are also on this path of discovery, growth, and possibilities.


While I’ve worked in a variety of fields, my role has always been around people. I love bringing people together and building community. I teach yoga and meditation. I am completing my Imago Facilitation Training. I walk every day, mostly by trees or water. I am curious and open-minded (and sometimes it can lead me to indecision.) I love to read, dance, meet new people, and learn their stories. 

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Brian Nuckols

Co-creator & Facilitator

Brian Nuckols is a holistic counselor and an artistic activist working in the United States of America. His main interest is helping others discover the liberating change that lasts on a personal and social level. This interest in liberation emerged from a personal experience with destructive eating patterns and body image issues that developed into a clinical diagnosis. Brian grounds the foundation of his work in the lessons and wisdom that emerged from this personal experience.

Interested in becoming a facilitator?

You don't have to be a licensed therapist to facilitate a meaningful and impactful conversation.