Dr. Jennifer Mullan is a dynamic and energetic speaker with an unapologetically loving, raging, and spiritually-grounded presence.

Her presentations, keynotes, interactive workshops and panels leave individuals more knowledgeable, activated (in the best possible way!), and prepared to begin individual and collective transformation.

Topics frequently presented on:

  • Decolonizing Therapy
  • Ancestral Trauma & Generational Healing
  • Racial Trauma & Righteous Rage
  • Decolonizing & Alchemizing Grief & the Black Body
  • Honoring, Healing, and Navigating Rage & Grief
  • Staying Present: Parenting & Caregiving Through Intergenerational Trauma
  • A Call to Action: Politicizing Our Practices in Higher Ed / Mental Health / Schools
  • Conscious Boundaries for BIPOC
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"Engaging, energizing, grounded, emotionally charged, and inspiring"

“I was blown away by Dr. Mullan's ability to be engaging, energizing, grounded, emotionally charged, challenging, and inspiring all at the same time, particularly when delivering her remarks in a virtual format. Attendees in the room could be seen nodding their heads and responding to her remarks, and online they used the chat to comment on the power of Dr. Mullan's words and ideas”

—Anonymous keynote audience member


"A lovely balance of holding and pushing"

“Dr. Mullan embodies this work and was an important model of this alongside the content she presented. It was particularly impressive how she navigated her presentation amidst a predominantly white space with a lovely balance of holding and pushing. As a POC, I felt highly empowered by her presentation.”



" brought so many of us together to learn about how and why we or our peers may be feeling so many feelings."

"On behalf of us all at Honey, a very heartfelt and full Thank You for organizing, working on, and presenting such an amazing, loving, informative talk for us all. I know it was needed and it brought so many of us together to learn about how and why we or our peers may be feeling so many feelings. I know I have benefited so much from understanding colonization and how it affected my life and I'm so grateful your work has been able to touch my friends at Honey as well. I appreciate you so much - thank you for doing so much of this work to help others. I hope you are able to receive rest, abundance, and community during this time.”

—Anonymous,  Honey/ Paypal