BIPOC In Person Support Group Wednesdays 19:30 Connect with Black and People of Colour healing in a safer place. Fear, anger or woes, join us and let it go. More info and video below For safety attendance by invitation only. email email@example.com
Was your childhood protected or disrupted? Have you lived in a world of silence? Do you feel deep despair which will not leave you because of sexual, physical or emotional or religious abuse? Ridicule and isolation for who you love? You are not alone.
And for Black and People of Colour[ BIPOC] trauma is mixed up – It’s not just what happened to you but how we see others, like ourselves being treated in societies. It can be retraumatising. So we need a unique safer space, to talk heal and seal. Our BIPOC In Person trauma support group is that safer place. For more information checkout the video below.
To join email firstname.lastname@example.org All BIPOC with lived experience are welcome
A Black Peer Support Group
Black and BIPOC Healing
We owe it to ourselves to talk, heal and seal. Trauma and other adverse childhood experiences are associated with various illnesses, disabilities, social problems, and early death. We also witness other people’s trauma in a society that doesn’t value BIPOC and white bodies the same. That’s secondary trauma and not suitable for our health. Or our descendants as trauma is passed down in our genes. So, one of the best things we can do for ourselves and our descendants is to heal.
To join us, read the Peer Support Group Info & Guidelines and email us at email@example.com. A member of the team will get in contact with you. We are South London based near tube and bus links. You can also join our general support group survivors pod.
You will find
- A shoulder to lean on
- An ear to listen
- Laughter, Talk, Heal and Seal
- Healing with mirth, music and mahloo (gratitude)
What Is Peer Support?
Peer-to-peer support happens when people with shared experience, use that shared experience to help somebody with the same. So it brings people together to help each other, provides a space where all feel accepted and understood, holds each member’s experience as equally valid and everybody involved gives and receives support.