We are committed to doing the work of antiracism.

While no response can meet the trauma and grief that black and brown people have endured for generations, we are committed to listening deeply, learning, and taking meaningful and purposeful action.

When any of our community suffers, none of us can fully heal.

As therapists, we are keenly aware of the process of healing trauma and our interdependence with one another. We know we have a long way to go to become true allies. This is a work in progress, and the steps we take will be imperfect.

Current efforts:

  • We’re donating a portion of our organizational giving to The Loveland Foundation, to “bring opportunity and healing to communities of color, and especially black women and girls”.
  • Currently we’re reading and workshopping Layla F. Saad’s book, Me and White Supremacy, learning how to take ownership in our participation in the system of white supremacy.

We will continue to update this page with actionable steps we’re taking. We welcome our community to hold us accountable.

“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” -Aboriginal activists group, Queensland, 1970s