Dandelion Tea: A Brainspotting Workshop for Women of Color in DC, MD, and VA
Depending on who you talk to, dandelions are considered a weed, a nuisance, and something to eliminate, but the plant is a powerhouse of ecological and medicinal benefits. For example, when humans harvest and boil dandelion root to make tea, the plant is transformed into a natural anti-inflammatory.
Something similar can be said about Brainspotting. We live and work within oppressive systems and consequences of such include getting stuck in thoughts, memories, emotions, and body sensations that can negatively impact us. With Brainspotting, these experiences have the potential to be alchemized into something that we can make meaning of. We may even feel a release the deeper we are able to process those experiences and decide how to take action accordingly.
This workshop is for anyone who identifies as a woman of color AND lives in DC, Maryland, or Virginia, AND:
is interested in learning about Brainspotting and how it may be a supplement to their healing.
is curious about experiencing Brainspotting in short guided exercises.
is open to experiencing Brainspotting in a virtual group environment.