BRANCH PROGRAM FOR THE BIPOC COMMUNITY
Our BIPOC Reproductive Alliance for Nourishing Collective Healing is dedicated to serving the perinatal needs of our families of color, through counseling, education and community support. We are continuing to expand our offerings to respond to the needs of individuals and families whose experience requires attunement from culturally informed and resonant therapists.
Single Black Moms, Black Mothers
KITCHEN TABLE CONVERSATIONS
DISCUSSING BLACK PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH
WHAT'S WORKING & WHAT'S NOT?
Join our Director of Racial Equity, Inclusions & Belonging, Qu'Nesha Sawyer as we discuss invisibility in Perinatal Mental Services for the BIPOC Community.
Kitchen Table Conversations is a FREE quarterly meet-up and CEU event that brings together pregnant people, parents, therapists, and service providers of color along with allies, to discuss and dig into a variety of themes around invisibility in Perinatal Mental Services for the BIPOC Community.
This is a safe space to gather, share thoughts, ideas and experiences.
Identify at least two factors that contribute to disparate outcomes for Black perinatal womxn.
Name at least one potential implication associated with untreated perinatal mental health for Black womxn.
Describe at least one effective intervention approach for Black perinatal womxn.
Therapists can earn 1 CEU for attending this gathering!
DATE: June 11, 2021
TIME: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
FERTILITY SUPPORT GROUP for WOMXN of COLOR
Is infertility stressing you out?
Are you feeling isolated… anxious, depressed, angry, sad, or hopeless because of fertility challenges? Does your desire to build a family overwhelm and preoccupy you?
WHEN: Every 2nd Thursday of the month @ 6pm
This FREE drop-in support group focuses on intersectionality and the unique challenges that fertility can bring to Womxn of Color.
Much like our Fertility Support Group, this group is open to those facing fertility challenges in all stages of the process, who are seeking additional coping skills, community and an emotional support system. Facilitated by Dr. Qu'Nesha Sawyer APCC 5409 (supervised by Rebecca Geshuri, LMFT 107943).
Together we will:
Create a supportive community
Explore and break down common fertility misconceptions
Improve coping strategies and awareness
FOR PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM BLACK MOTHERS
Are you looking for other Black women to build community with as you go through new motherhood together? Let's create a movement!
This group focuses on overall well-being, incorporating elements related to physical, mental and emotional health for pregnant mamas and mamas of babies up to one year.
We are creating a brave space for you to show up as yourself, with whatever's on your mind and heart. And we're throwing in a little physical movement too!
Join our FREE online gathering led by Dr. Qu'Nesha Sawyer APCC 5409 (Supervised by Jessica Sorci, LMFT #53881).
WHEN: First and third Saturdays of each month at 10-11am
Family Tree Wellness (#1000049) is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT’s, LCSW’s, LPCC’s and LEP’s. Family Tree Wellness maintains responsibility for the program and all its content.
Grievances: To obtain the grievance policy or report a grievance please email or call (408) 345-5572