As a Black woman in the psychedelic community, my journey has been a constant questioning of my place and purpose. I’ve often asked myself, “Why am I here? And What purpose am I serving?” and have struggled with a sense of uncertainty about where I fit in.
Over the course of the recent weekend, I found myself immersed in a group discussion of insights, shared wisdom, and a profound sense of collective resonance.
I recently had the honor of being a guest on a podcast where I delved into the world of psychedelic-assisted therapy and its intersection with anti-oppressive practices. While this wasn’t my first time discussing these topics on air, it marked the first occasion where the conversation took an intriguing turn—connecting feminism with psychedelic-assisted therapy, specifically exploring the common ground of liberation.
Navigating the Weight of Being a Black Woman in White America: Reflections on Thriving, Tokenism, and Shared Atrocities
As a Black woman in America, the journey of thriving in predominantly white spaces is a profound and multifaceted experience for me and others like me. It’s a journey marked by both resilience and vulnerability, filled with moments of strength and introspection. It’s a journey that often prompts me to ask difficult questions about intersectionality, […]
As I stepped into the realm of an Internal Family Systems (IFS) Level III training, I embarked on a journey that would both challenge and empower me as a Black woman within a predominantly white space.
As Labor Day weekend came to a close a couple of weeks ago, I found myself reflecting on the profound experiences I shared with my girlfriends during this special time.