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Two Chairs Talks brings together mental health advocates, therapists and thought leaders for a series of intimate conversations to unpack important mental health questions, address common challenges, and share practical strategies to support ourselves and each other in caring for our well-being.
In honor of AAPI Heritage Month and Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re bringing together three speakers to share their personal experiences and professional guidance in healing from trauma — particularly for members of the AAPI community — no matter where you are in your journey.
As parents and caregivers, it’s ok to make time to care for your own needs — in fact, it’s essential. Two Chairs Therapist Bertilda Lacy, LCSW and Alyssa Campbell, a leading expert in emotional development and CEO of Seed and Sew, will discuss why self care is so important for caregivers and how to actually make space for it in your day-to-day life.
As we navigate a new year that might not feel quite so new, Two Chairs Clinical Director Christy Lusareta, LMFT and self-healing educator Yasmine Cheyenne are here to share how setting intentions can help us feel more excited and empowered to find a fresh start. We'll learn how to set an intention, what that really means, and how it can help us grapple with what is - and isn’t - in our control.
During the holidays, we can find ourselves bombarded by messages of materialism and consumption, and risk losing sight of the practices and relationships that truly bring us joy. For this timely Two Chairs Talks event, join Two Chairs Therapist Lindsey Luebe, LCSW and writer Jamie Varon to learn how we can let go of comparison and find contentment in times of excess.
Join Two Chairs Therapist and Clinical Director Payton Somers, LPCC for a conversation with Evelynn Escobar, social activist and founder of Hike Clerb, and Manoj Dias, meditation coach and co-founder of Open, about making space for mindfulness. We’ll discuss what mindfulness really means, why it’s important, and how you can find more ease in your everyday.
For our first Two Chairs Talks event, we’re excited to sit down with Arielle Estoria, poet, author, and self love advocate to get real, vulnerable, and open about our own self love journeys. Led by Two Chairs therapist Baaba Hawthorne, we’ll discuss how to cultivate self love and share practical ways to find more acceptance and compassion. The event will also include a brief guided meditation led by Nikki Mostofi, a meditation coach at Unplug.
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