Remember Who You Are
Supervision and Consultation in Liberatory Practice
~offered by horizon~
My friend and teacher, Preston Coyote Vargas, once powerfully told me, “We have not decolonized yet. So in the work of decolonization we are doing the best we can with the support of our ancestors and our Gods to imagine and feel for that healed world and to bring it into being.” And this is how I hold the work of consultation: with the support of my ancestors, my longing (and willingness to work) for a decolonized world, my gift of reaching for that very real possibility of healing and breathing life into it. I have an intractable knowingness that our imagination, creativity and visionary souls guide us toward healing. That our bodies and hearts are strong enough to hold this and that we can, in turn, hold this with others.
I am a trauma worker, a somatic therapist and a culture builder. I mentor social workers, therapists and other healers in the deeply embodied, open-hearted work of somatic trauma healing. And by this I mean our birthright ability to heal our individual and collective traumas, griefs, ecosystems and futures. And by this I mean healing in ways that are rooted in love, that unlock what is possible.
I have spent more than 21 years in a deep study of how healing happens, learning to undo oppression while learning to co-create cultures of healing and wellness. I have been mentoring and supervising folx in anti-oppressive, liberatory healing modalities for more than 15 years. My training has included intensive learnings in somatics, trauma healing, anti-oppressive practices, anti-racism, liberatory culture building, ritual and witchcraft. My therapy practice is a blending of liberatory healing practices rooted in the relational neurosciences, somatic wisdom, parts work, ancestral healing, magic and love. I accompany people in the deep work of making real what our souls know is possible.
I offer consultation that helps you feel more free, so you can do the same for others.
The world needs your magic.
Liberated relationships are one of the ways we actually create abundant justice, the understanding that there is enough attention, care, resource, and connection for all of us to access belonging, to be in our dignity, and to be safe in community.
– adrienne maree brown
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