Workbook, Introduction Workshops, 6 Week Online Workshop, Retreats & Private Sessions, co-created with Rebekah Erev.
Weaving together Prenatal, Birth & Attachment Therapy and Narrative Medicine, based in a decolonized approach to healthcare.
*free sessions for water protectors #waterislife
Online Workshops, Webinars for Care Providers, Retreat Intensives & Private Sessions, co-facilitated with Amanda Phoenix.
Somatic therapy and biodynamic craniosacral therapy sessions for adults, parents and babies, offered on an income-based sliding scale in Berkeley, California.
A collaborative creative process, includes all aspects of creation and implementation, as well as personal process support, narrative coaching and business mapping.
Preconception counseling, birth doula services, pregnancy loss healing, gynecological procedure support, and postpartum birth integration sessions.
The application of Narrative Medicine is manifold. Grounded in narrative competency and humility, it is a practice, a pedagogy, an analytical perspective, and a burgeoning field related to health humanities, medical anthropology, and other intersectional disciplines.
Narrative Medicine, Pre-Clinical and Clinical Students, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine [TUCOM], January - May 2017
Narrative Medicine Clinical Distinction Specialty Track, TUCOM, 2017, ongoing
Narrative Medicine Track, MFA in Creative Writing, Dominican University, Summer 2017
The Body of the Story: Narrative Medicine for Patients & Caregivers, Spring 2017
I am available to consult with educators interested in incorporating Narrative Medicine into their teaching, offer resources to patients and caregivers, and facilitate Narrative Medicine workshops at hospitals, schools and conferences.
Essences for each phase of the sequence: Intention, Preparation, Action, Follow Through, and Integration.
A formula to support us in these intense times, with a particular focus on supporting water protectors, earth activists, and all people standing up for human rights and health.
I am a Narrative Medicine educator, workshop facilitator, somatic practitioner, full-spectrum doula, storytelling artist, ritual leader, and web designer.
I hold a Masters of Science degree in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University, I am an ordained Kohenet [Hebrew Priest/ess], a Certified DONA Doula, and a graduate of the Pre and Perinatal Psychology 700-Hour Practitioner Training.
I am the co-founder of Moon Tools, Mayyim Hayyim Essences, Kehunah collective, Birthing Beyond the Binary collective, and Community Health clinics.
I was born on occupied Duwamish land in Seattle and I live in Northern California and Southern Oregon.
When I was ordained I received the name Listener at the Gates / Ma'azinah haSha'ar. I am here to witness transition and transformation experiences, to listen to your stories, to help you tell the stories you want to share, and to support your healing and creative process.
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