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Beloved, the Universe has brought us together and I’m humbled to be your witness. Are you ready to speak from the wholeness of your truth, leaving nothing out? I am here, ready to walk with you. You are not alone.You’re whole, nothing lacking.
My name is Ellysa, I’m a Native NYer’ and Latina serving hope, here to be in community, learn and serve my people.
We live in a society starved for connection, are you feeling a lack of belonging? Everywhere we look we find evidence of the pain and suffering that permeates this world. People are hurting. Humanity is hurting. Mother Earth is hurting. Our families, society and the media instill messages of fear that we already feel deep inside. Maybe you’re experiencing a little voice inside telling you: it’s not safe to be here. Maybe, it’s not just that you don’t feel safe in this world, or disconnected from those around you. Perhaps you don’t feel safe inside of yourself. Freedom from mental enslavement is here. You’re not alone, and I will hold you and walk with you as we journey towards transformation and breakthrough.
For the past 11 years, I have been trained in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, psychological first aid, suicide prevention, crisis intervention and rapid response and anti-racist frameworks such as from The People’s Institute: Undoing Racism.
We all come with gifts and treasures. My gift is that I speak my truth, raw and unapologetically. Although I am an “expert” and therapist. I speak in the language of hermana. Sister. I have worked hard to heal, and I continue to lead with vulnerability in hope that I can bridge connection in a world that leaves us feeling invisible, not held, felt or seen.
I tap into my divine feminine ancestral wisdom, my trauma informed lens as well as centering your voice and co- creating endless possibilities that will leave you exiting each session with a sense of clarity, preparedness and new found energy.
*Decolonizing means unlearning all of the ways you have been violent to yourself and others. Decolonizing is radical self love. Digging deep and leaning into the darkest parts of yourself and stepping fully into the true essence of who you are.*
Are you ready to unlearn all of the unhealthy thought patterns that no longer serve you, and cultivate habits and coping skills that will propel you forward?