BIPOC Adult Group Therapy

Meeting Details
Start Date: August 24, 2021
End Date: November 2, 2021
Meets Every:
  • Tuesday

  • 8:00
  • pm
  • - 9:30
  • pm
  • Group Held:
    This group meets virtually
    Communication Mode
  • Voice and Video
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • N/A
  • Parking
  • N/A
  • Public Transportation
  • N/A
  • Last Modified: Aug 23, 2021


    Join AMJ and Christhmus Presence for pay-as-you-may virtual group therapy. Sessions start 8/24. Late enrollment closes 9/7.

    Sessions are 90 minutes and will be held once a week over the course of 10 weeks. Group capacity is 8-10 people.

    About AMJ (they/them/their):

    AMJ, ASW is a queer, disabled, nonbinary Black femme descendant of Africans who were enslaved in the Southeastern United States and ultimately settled in Low Country/Gullah Geechee/Lower Creek/Yamasee lands (Savannah, GA). They are a “coachy therapist”, focused on helping (QT)BIPOC blend ancestral healing traditions with therapeutic approaches such as Brainspotting, healing-centered (aka trauma-informed) therapy, expressive arts, aromatherapy, and problem-solving. AMJ resides in San Pedro and takes care of self via gardening, music, food, and their adorably snarky doggo named Dilla.

    About Christhmus (pronoun at your pleasure):

    Christhmus Presence (Chris Chu) will be facilitating all groups above, and is a 3.5-generation Muwekma Ohlone (San Francisco) land-settler, and Chinese-American Queer by Ancestors’ way of Guangdong, China. Pillars that guide them are liberation psychology, narrative psychology, somatic psychology, trauma-informed therapy, spirituality, and expressive arts. Tools held in support of self-resourcing, clarity, and ancestral connectivity include meditation, Tapping, and Brainspotting. They enjoy plants, creative expression, the power of community, and being in water.
    Registered Associate MFT #125037 through The Center for Mindful Psychotherapy, supervised by Shawana Booker LCSW #29165

    Group Details

    Group Ideal For
  • Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Wanting to work through the following issues
    • BIPOC Concerns
    • Racism
    • Brainspotting (BSP)
    • Expressive Arts
    • Liberation Psychology
    • Narrative Therapy
    • Somatic Psychotherapy
    • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
    Open to People Who Live In
    California residents
    Ongoing Group
    Accepting New Members
    Number of Participants Allowed
    Participants Asked to Attend
    Drop in allowed
    Communication Mode
  • Voice and Video
  • Insurance Accepted
  • None
  • Fee
    Sliding Scale

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