Lift As We Climb
A Support Group for Professional Black Women
We invite you to join us for a Virtual 8-week support group for Black women. We launch the support group quarterly, so if you’ve missed our summer dates; reach out to schedule a complimentary consultation and learn more about our winter group. We will explore wellness tools and practices specifically curated for Black women. Topics will include;
PANDEMIC TRANSITIONS & SOCIAL ANXIETY
MEANING & PURPOSE
Black women are leading – in our homes, in our families, our communities, our workplaces, and on the frontlines of this century’s racial reckoning. All of that….is exhausting, and the world seems to believe that we can handle it all. We can’t. We simply cannot. And, it’s time we begin getting what we need to take care of our minds, bodies and spirits to heal from a global caste system in which Black women are at the bottom of the bottom.
This support group is the perfect complement to your Fall self-care plan and may also amplify any therapy, coaching or other healing practices you’re engaging in. While individual healing is critical, we believe in the power of community and healing spaces solely for Black women – to be, to grow, and to heal.
The Details for our Winter 2021 Cohort
Where: Virtual via HIPAA-compliant Zoom
Time: Weekly for 8-weeks – Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm PDT
Dates: January 12 – March 2, 2022
Cost: $600 – includes workbook and materials (inquire directly regarding available payment options)
Hosted by Danielle Henry, M.A., LMFTA | Led by Sarah Orihu, Psychotherapy Intern
Reach out today to learn more!
This will be an intimate, small group with limited availability. Contact us today to learn more and SAVE YOUR SEAT!
Past Support Group Special Guests & Speakers
Lydia Nichols, BSN, RN is a pediatric registered nurse turned yoga instructor who transitioned from bedside nursing due to the physical challenges of a rigorous and highly demanding role. As a certified trauma informed yoga instructor, Coach Lydia works with youth offering mindfulness through movement. Gently spiritual in her approach, she provides a physical workout that students of all levels can easily modify. Coach Lydia’s emphasis on paying attention and her insistence on everyone respecting their own uniqueness encourages them to love and celebrate who they are. She believes it is this love of their own unique perfection that creates true change in her students so they can connect with more grace to themselves, to others and to the world.
Zue Sawtell is an award winning hair stylist who, for over a decade, has made it her business to make individuals feel beautiful. It has been her passion to explore the interconnectivity of beauty and wellness. She is driven to continue to educate herself and others on healthier products and practices so we can not only look our best, but also nurture the best image of self. She currently practices out of her salon DEFINED Salon, located in Seattle.
Born and raised in Seattle, WA, George-Jean has always had a “Passion for Fashion.” Her love for shoes, bright colors and clothes has always played a huge role in her life. Her goal as a stylist is to provide individual clients with elite fashion services that fit their budgets and empower their lives with confidence. Fitted is a brand that has future plans of expanding in the fashion world. Fitted is intended to help you STAND OUT! George-Jean prides herself with having an eye to uniquely color combine, having integrity, and her ability to connect with people.
Erika Cherry, LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 15 years experience working with individuals, groups, couples and families. In her private practice, Awaken Therapeutic Services, PLLC, Erika infuses trauma-informed mindful awareness with an intersectional approach to treatment that highlights the complex, and often overlapping, cultural, familial, societal and historical factors that contribute to a person’s identity and perspective.
Her experiences with group dynamics in healthcare and community settings fuels Erika’s commitment to raising awareness to the need for intentional collective healing in spaces where collective trauma is being perpetuated.