Animist Arts; using original human technologies that belong to all people for personal and cultural refreshment
3722 SE 35th Place
Portland, OR 97202
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
I am currently accepting clients that are ready to treat their lives, relationships, organizations, and visions like the artistic crafts that they are. This work flows well when people are already established in some kind of reverent/spiritual or contemplative practice, and are at a place where they want to go deeper and create more freedom in their practice and creative expression. My services are suitable for those who want to incorporate play based learning, and animist ways of relating.
I have over a decade of experience in studying social justice theory and participating in social movements. I have engaged in many community organizing efforts throughout the years and taught social justice workshops centered on issues around race, gender, sexuality, class, ability, and others.
I am the child of an immigrant and have lineage from colonized lands, and have personally experienced the manifestations of historical trauma. Historical trauma was also a topic frequently explored during my Masters program, and within many of my community organizing engagements. As a spirit worker, the legacy of historical trauma comes up often with clients as we work toward energetic healing.
I have been specializing in men's issues since interning with Allies in Change during my final year of graduate school. Allies in Change is an abuse intervention organization, and trained me extensively on the mental wellness issues that men face.
I identify as a non-binary or genderqueer individual, and am connected to many different queer and trans communities.
Loss and grief are experienced for many reasons, sometimes even every day. I consider being an expert in loss or grief a necessity as a counselor. My training includes my particular approach as a counselor and spirit worker, which focuses on building emotional awareness and resilience, and creating ritual around change and transformation.
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