BioLogic 501c3 is honored to host a gathering where we create a safe container to discuss potent and thought-provoking topics that are present in our community.
This month’s topic will be themed around: ‘Stigma.’
Stigma can show up in a multitude of ways within the human experience: suicide, addiction, mental health, abortion, depression, trauma, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, etc. No matter how stigma might show up in your experience, there is an element that we can all connect and relate to one-another on.
Let’s come together in community and have an open dialogue about ‘Stigma’ in a safe space. Whether you have personally been affected, or you’d like to raise your awareness around stigma and how to act from empathy rather than sympathy, we would love for you to join the conversation!
This month’s conversation will be facilitated by Cori Woodland, MA, LPC, LAC, CYT, CMHIMP.
More about Cori:
Cori is passionate about being truly alive every day. She is an Integrative Therapist, who works with a diverse range of ages, symptoms, family dynamics, and cultural backgrounds.
Cori received her M.A in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, with a concentration in Wilderness Therapy from Naropa University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a Licensed Addiction Counselor.
“I know what it’s like for aliveness to be hidden under layers of pain and confusion. I know many territories of healing, and I expect your journey to be unique. Perhaps most importantly, I know that healing is simply a doorway to a full, rich, ever-expanding existence beyond limits. I know that as each of us steps into our heart-centered power the whole world will transform.”