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Radical self care: Learning to say no

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fat liberation therapy group

This group builds community, challenges the idea that the problems are located in us and not in systemic issues, creates an environment where the pain can be shared and lessened, everyone knows how fatphobic doctors are, and raises a fist in solidarity with other forms of radical acceptance.

 

This is an inclusive and affirming space.

We welcome you whether this is day one or day one thousand on your journey.

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clinical supervision group

Inclusive justice based clinical work. Experience with multiple clinical arenas. non diagnostic non pathologizing, strengths based, trauma informed, community organizing and building

 

We specialize in social therapy, liberation and healing practices, and the expressive arts.

 

Led by clincians with over 50 years of collective experience with group, relationship, and individual therapy serving adults in private practice and community health

Three clinicians who have run departments in agencies, provided clinical supervision to licensed clinicians, pre licensed clincians, and interns. Decades of collective supervision experience.

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chronic health issues therapy group

Looking for new ways to frame your experience? Isolation, grief, doubt, fear, and gaslighting by the medical community are sadly common experiences for those with chronic health issues, especially for multiply marginalized or oppressed people - belonging, community, validation, connection, being valued, commonalities, resources, and caring are the antidote!

This is an inclusive and affirming space.

 

Therapy group led by clinician with lived expertise

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Radical self care: Learning to say no

Just because you are available to do something or can do something, does not mean that you ought to.

Do you WANT to do the thing? Who is it for? Do they do things for you? What joy, satisfaction, pleasure might it create? Are you always the person who does the thing? Are there other options? Do you always say yes? Do you feel bad if you say no? Do you ever say no?

Join us as we explore the importance of prioritizing ourselves and setting boundaries. Learn to move beyond dedicating yourself to the needs of others, people pleasing, and putting everyone before yourself.

This is an inclusive and affirming space.

Radical self care:
Learning to say no

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Are you giving too much? Are people giving to you in return? Do you feel satisfied that your relationships are reciprocal? Do you value yourself? Do you need more for you? Is your life full of doing for others? What would your life look like if it had space and room for your needs and wants and desires? When was the last time you were able to engage in hobbies, took a vacation where you were not responsible for making it happen, took a class because you wanted to and you could? How much of your life meaning and life purpose are you engaged in?

What would happen if you got really deeply selfish? Not a petty selfishness, but a deep selfishness, where everything you did was for you before you took care of anyone or anything else? What would be different? Does it feel scary to think about or contemplate?

Does your life feel oversubscribed, frazzled, constantly doing instead of being? Are you overwhelmed all the time? What feelings come up reading all these questions? Would you like support and time and community to engage in these ideas with other people who are also struggling with these ideas?

Join the Radical self care: Learning to say no group

Thanks for reaching out! Responses in 24-72 hours.

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