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RSVP Today: Getting Proximate with Decolonizing Therapy's Dr. Jennifer Mullan — May 13, 2024

Updated: May 8

The Boston Women’s Fund is pleased to announce our first Getting Proximate Conversation Series event of 2024 — "Healing Our Legacies Of Generational Trauma" with Dr. Jennifer Mullan Psy.D., founder of Decolonizing Therapy and renowned psychologist, author, scholar-activist, international public speaker, and facilitator.


We know that mental health is a vital component of building a liberated future for women, girls, and gender-expansive individuals. As we continue our 40th-anniversary programming, the Boston Women’s Fund invites you to embark on a journey to make sense of the psychological, emotional, and societal pain that impacts our communities and often eludes our understanding. Unlock the doors to healing by delving into the profound exploration of historical and transgenerational trauma at our next Getting Proximate event with renowned psychologist, author, scholar-activist, international public speaker, and facilitator, Dr. Jennifer Mullan, founder of Decolonizing Therapy

Often, the systems that grassroots leaders and people of color are pushing back against are the very systems that impact their day-to-day lives in significant ways. Bearing this weight can take an extraordinary toll. Join us as Dr. Mullan helps us pave the way for collective healing and liberation.

Sponsored by United Way of Massachusetts Bay, this free workshop will encompass a range of formal educational components, including reeducation, storytelling, the practice of ancestral reverence, accessible exercises, as well as structured writing/drawing and tapping exercises.

*Because of the interactive and sensitive nature of this workshop, capacity will be limited. If you're interested, secure your spot, and sign up today!


Monday, May 13, 2024

6:00pm - 7:30pm ET

On Zoom


Thank you to our sponsor, United Way of Massachusetts Bay!


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