Space holders, wellness workers, helpers, healers, and liberators.
You want to do good work in the world. But lately, something just isn’t sitting right.
You’re in the business of helping people heal, but you’re deeply unwell yourself. You’re stressed out, overwhelmed, and barely making ends meet. Disconnected from peers, clients, community, and your own humanity.
You lie awake at night worrying you’re complicit with a broken system. Afraid you’re doing more harm than good.
You know our mental health systems are deeply flawed. At best, they help people adapt to oppression. At best, they help people (barely) survive.
You don’t want to be just another cog in the machine.
But you can’t abolish the mental health industrial complex and rebuild something new by yourself. So you keep plugging along. Doing your best within an imperfect system. Making peace with your powerlessness. Minimizing harm where you can.
You’re bone tired. Some days you feel like quitting. But a stubborn voice inside of you says: Don’t give up. There has to be a better way.
A better way is possible.
Join the global movement that is reimagining how the world understands therapy and mental health.
That insists on a world where liberation, joy, and healing are available to all.
I’m Dr. Jennifer Mullan, founder of Decolonizing Therapy–lovingly called “The Rage Doctor.”
I’ve been in your shoes. Tired, overwhelmed, and burned out from shoving individual interventions in holes created by systemic issues.
As a colleague once said: We don’t just need therapy.
We need a revolution.
Join a growing movement of therapists, healers, wellness workers, and space holders who are standing up and saying: Enough. Something has to change.
Let’s dismantle the current mental health system and build something better. Together.
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"Her work is what many of us in this field have been yearning for and what needs to be central in this work."
“Dr Mullan's decolonizing approach to practice in the field of social work and mental health has been one of the most enlightening and affirming training my staff and I have experienced. Her work validated much of what we have been experiencing in this role and life in general. Her work is what many of us in this field have been yearning for and what needs to be central in this work.”
- Carolyn Strudwick, MSW Social Worker for Social Justice & Educator; Associate Vice President Safe Horizon/Streetwork Project
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