OUR RAGE HAS BEEN SILENT, DISCARDED, MINIMIZED, AND OVERLOOKED FOR FAR TOO LONG.
Our Rage is young and old in emotion and one we often turn inward on ourselves.
Rage is an accumulation of anger that was born of the known and unknown traumas in childhood.
Our Rage is an oppressed child, and it is my belief that part of our sacred work is to accept the deep dive into the psychological AND spiritual practices that allow us relief and understanding of the trauma of NOT having our experiences appropriately addressed.
Since Rage is born in the face of trauma, marginalized Black, brown & indigenous bodies are frequently on the front line of this burden. Our land, our People, our ancestral lineage have given many of us the divine opportunity to address this “demonization” of Rage. Rage simply wants to be seen, regarded, loved on & addressed. This is the time and the opening in our Collective Unconscious to do so.
IN OUR TIME TOGETHER, YOU'LL LEARN:
⫸ How to acknowledge your Rage as a sacred container. You'll be better able to understand your Rage as a sign that your boundaries have been, or are being, crossed.
⫸ How to better understand the six disguises of Rage that we have established in childhood, as a way to survive & cope, and what this means for you, as outlined in Ruth King’s book, Healing Rage.
⫸ How to begin to understand the chords of connection between our own Sacred Rage and the trauma of ancestral lineage.
"Dr. Jennifer Mullan embodies what it means to decolonize therapy and alchemize rage. Her deep care for individual and collective healing is rooted in ancestral wisdom and her training as a psychologist. She delivers even the hardest truths with warmth, ease and grace. Our conversation on the podcast was one of the most loved episodes and I’m so grateful that she’s doing this work in the world and I’m excited for all that’s to come!"
“Thank you! It has been refreshing learning more about Rage and Grief; how researching and reconnecting with my lineage, ancestors, and lost history as a child of traumatized refugees is part of my life journey, and the amazing somatic / embodied practices. Phew. Thank you for embodying and teaching decolonizing therapy as praxis.”
"Working with Dr. Mullan was nothing I expected but everything I needed. I believe the best therapists and healers can always hold a therapeutic mirror so that clients and people they work with will see their own power. She definitely held that space for me until I was able to hold it and believe it myself. She continues to grow and expand and humanize what it means to love your authentic self. And to top it off she does it from an understanding of intergenerational trauma, systemic oppression, and spiritual energy."
MY WORK IS TO UNPACK THE OPPRESSIVE LEGACY OF MODERN MENTAL HEALTH PRACTICES.
My work is particularly for Queer, Disabled, Indigenous, Black and Brown People of Color (QIBPOC).
I believe that dialogue is an essential component in addressing the profound effects of systemic inequities and ancestral and intergenerational trauma on people’s mental health and that's what I'll be covering in this webinar.
This Webinar Is Perfect For You If…
⫸ You continue to find yourself struggling with accessing or accepting your Inner Rage Child, and perhaps even frightened by them.
⫸ You continue to find yourself being controlled by your Rage and you're seeking more balance and a better relationship to your Inner Rage Child.
⫸ You find yourself desiring a better understanding of how trauma gives birth to your Inner Rage Child, and how this can lead to a direct connection to the Sacred.
⫸ You deeply sense that there is a connection between ancestral histories of displacement, oppression & dehumanization and are grappling with how this connects & lands with you and our collectives, present day.
This webinar replay is offered on a sliding scale of $65 - $150
The sliding scale pricing of this webinar replay is intended to be a map, inviting each of us to take inventory of our financial resources and look deeper at our levels of privilege. It is a way to challenge the classist and capitalist society we live in and work towards economic justice on a local level. While I ask you to take these factors into consideration, please don’t stress about it. Pay what feels right.
Consider Paying Less If You:
⫸ are supporting children or have other dependents
⫸ have significant debt
⫸ have medical expenses not covered by insurance
⫸ receive public assistance
⫸ have immigration-related expenses
⫸ are an elder with limited financial support
⫸ are an unpaid community organizer
⫸ are a returning citizen who has been denied work due to incarceration history
Consider Paying More If You:
⫸ own the home you live in
⫸ have investments, retirement accounts, or inherited money
⫸ travel recreationally
⫸ have access to family money and resources in times of need
⫸ work part-time by choice
⫸ have a relatively high degree of earning power due to level of education (or gender and racial privilege, class background, etc.) Even if you are not currently exercising your earning power, I ask you to recognize this as a choice.
Affectionately nicknamed “the Rage Doctor” by peers and clients, Dr. Jennifer Mullan (she/her) is trained as a Clinical Psychologist, and is a published author.
She currently serves communities as a Consultant for behavioral and mental health organizations and schools, Ancestral wound worker, and CEO and founder of Decolonizing Therapy, LLC. Dr. Mullan seeks to unpack the oppressive legacy of modern mental health practices, and reconnect practitioners and clients* to the roots of our wounding and healing within a sociopolitical lens, most particularly for Queer Indigenous Black Brown People of Color (QIBPOC). She has been featured in Allure, GQ, The Today Show, Cosmopolitan, The Calgary Journal, and was selected by ESSENCE Magazine to receive the 2020 Essential Hero Award, in the category of Mental Health.
Dr. Mullan believes that un-learning and embodiment are essential components in addressing the profound effects of systemic inequities, historical, and intergenerational trauma on people’s mental health. Through Decolonizing Therapy’s™ “Politicizing Your Practice” series, intensive Immersions, interactive workshops, keynotes, and healing retreats, she seeks to create containers of liberated, decolonial praxis. Dr. Mullan helps people return Home to themselves, their lineages, their Peoples indigenous ways of healing, and lights the fire towards collective action.
Please be mindful that if you purchase a price at the lowest end of the scale when you can truthfully afford the higher ticket prices, you are limiting access to those who truly need the gift of financial flexibility.
Being honest with yourself and your financial situation when engaging with sliding scale practices grows strong and sustainable communities. It also respects the work of teachers and creators, like me, who have families to support and rent to pay. Additionally, when I am paid fairly, I am able to invest more time and resources to free and lower-cost offerings.