An Intentional Healing Community
In this 8 week trauma-informed, queer-affirming, virtual group offering we will explore self healing for collective care. Facilitator Dani Sullivan models non-judgement, radical acceptance, and curiosity in group offerings to break relational cycles keeping us stuck in disconnection.
Are you looking for healing and community? This group space will offer an opportunity for you to share your truth, and join community with others who are committed to wellness. We may come from far & wide, but what we have in common is despite our fears, we are working towards greater connection, growth & presence.
I believe we each carry a unique medicine that is needed by our community. When the right conditions are present, each person's wisdom has an opportunity to emerge. Healing happens in connection when we attune to our wounds and connect with love.
I offer this opportunity knowing how powerful it can be to have our inner lives truly known and witnessed by others, to heal relationally. We will work on communicating our internal worlds, and regulating our experiences of pain, uncertainty, shame, grief, and conflict.
You and your cohort of peers will have an opportunity to explore your intentions, needs, and expectations while challenging one another to align with the truth and communicate across divides. Our focus will be on building sustainable practices of embodied emotional wellness.
This group exists because we need one another. I know the magic of listening, reflection, and reciprocal care can soften the most painful human experiences. I hope this offering can serve as a space to tend to your wounds and share your medicine.
I cant wait to meet you and heal together!
NOW ENROLLING: INTENTIONAL HEALING 8 WEEK SUPPORT GROUP!
Wednesday at 4:00 PM EST for 90 Mins (May 17th-July 5th)
Thursday at 9:30 AM EST for 90 Mins (May 18th-July 6th)
Limited Space Available
Limited space and sliding scale spots available - Apply now! Applications due March 1st
Read more about the sliding scale as a tool for economic justice below.
This Intentional Healing Group is offered at a sliding scale.
Offering a sliding scale for group therapy comes from a desire to create multiple access points to healing in community.
I recognize that privilege, class, and ability are complex and intersectional. This sliding scale relies upon honesty, accountability, and respect for the multiple realities of economic access and privilege that exist.
I understand that financial resources, including income, are not the only determining factor in someone's access to services and therapeutic care, and I explain the structure of my sliding scale below.
How It Works
Each group cohort will have around 10 individuals, and sliding scale spots are limited.
Please see my sliding scale guide below before applying.
The pay-it-forward price is slightly above the actual cost of the group and supports the financial accessibility of this group for folks lower down on the scale. This also contributes to my ability to build future free and low-cost resources, classes, and groups.
The actual cost of the weekly group is $90 and if you choose a price below this, you are receiving a discount.
The middle price is for those who are able to meet their basic needs but have little to no expendable income. Paying for this group offering may be a sacrifice but would not create hardship.
The bottom price is for those who struggle to meet basic needs and paying for this group offering would be a significant hardship.
4 spots available
3 spots available
3 spots available
This Sliding Scale Group Offering is Built on
Trust, Honesty, & With Community Care in Mind.
It ensures educators and care workers, like me, get paid fairly and can sustain their work. I offer tons of free and low cost resources, writing, and information on my website, and when I am compensated fairly, I can continue to invest in building free and low cost classes and services.
This conceptualization of Sliding Scale as a Tool for Economic Justice comes from Alexis J. Cunningfolk of Worts and Cunning Apothecary. To read more, visit http://www.wortsandcunning.com/blog/sliding-scale