Oppression & Discrimination

The personal is political. Always has been, always will be. Many folks have reported struggling in the current socio-political climate – that could mean dealing with hostile relatives/work places/communities, micro aggressions, and outright violence. Racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia/heterosexism, transphobia, sizeism…are all real. The discrimination and oppression you face has a direct impact on your daily life and mental health. And you can’t just meditate or mindfulness your way out of it. Mental health care that doesn’t acknowledge the experiences and realities of oppression is not healthcare rooted in justice.