PORTFOLIO OF WORK

Past. Present. Future.

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BARRIERS TO INCLUSIVE LGBTQIA+ MENTAL HEALTH CARE

The lesbiangaybisexualtransgenderqueerintersexasexual, etc. (LGBTQIA+) community faces barriers when searching for inclusive mental health care. These barriers can include uneducated providers, discrimination within a community practice setting, and financial hardships that limit provider options. Acknowledging that these barriers exist for the LGBTQIA+ mental health community is the first step in eradicating them.

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HOW ONE THERAPY COLLECTIVE IS BRINGING LGBTQIA+ MENTAL HEALTH TO THE FOREFRONT

I had the great pleasure of crossing paths with Alice Curitz, the founder of Our Landing Place Therapy Collective. Alice is a Canadian-based therapist who, along with her four other providers at Our Landing Place Therapy Collective and many guest speakers, is hosting the upcoming conference, "Queering Mental Health: A Canadian Perspective." 

Read the Full Interview over on my Blog! Click Blog up top or follow link below. 

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GO ZERO-WASTE TO PRACTICE LOVING-KINDNESS

Om Shanti, Om Shanti, Om Shanti. Often this phrase is said at the end of a yoga session to invoke peace with the past, present, and future. To align ourselves with peace in the future sense, it is our duty as yogis to understand the ways in which our habits might affect the planet for future generations.

 

“Because you are alive, everything is possible.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

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