This online workshop is part of the Anti-Violence Project's (Un)learning Together workshop series running through November. Check our website for more details on three FREE workshops facilitated by different community groups dedicated to providing essential services and education to folks on Lekwungen and WSÁNE lands ("victoria, bc").|
This session will explore how to set healthy boundaries while existing within inherently oppressive systems and environments within our lives.
Success in boundary setting comes first and foremost, when you decide to commit to yourself and your well-being. However, its still important to check your attitude, intentions and be humble in the way that you express yourself. Justine will explore energetic boundaries, safe communication, and self-care. Shell also explain how she uses tarot to expand her self-awareness (no cards will be pulled during this workshop, Justine will just be explaining her use of tarot as it relates to boundary setting & assertiveness). Parker will discuss the practice of self-location as a tool to help us understand ourselves within our current system and unpack how oppression impacts our abilities to set boundaries and be relational at school, work, in our personal lives and beyond.
Justine Sogalla: Justine is a tarot reader who focuses on delivering messages that guide people through navigating their lives with greater emotional & erotic intelligence. She also facilitates interviews to highlight sexologists, artists and other professionals in the eroticism industry, which provide a safe and non-judgemental space for her audience to ask questions they might not feel comfortable asking otherwise. Though she has no formal education in sex therapy, she plans to become certified as a Tantra practitioner and Somatic healer.
Parker Johnson: Studied Psychology and minored in education. Has 6+ years of Youth Support Work experience, primarily in group homes with at risk indigenous and POC youth. He runs a community platform called This is Table Talk, dedicated to Black, Indigenous and People of colour. He creates a space for important discussions to be had. Moments to come together and co-regulate as well as network. He also does diversity, equity and inclusion consulting within the public and private sectors, for Kin and Culture consulting.
The Anti-Violence Project is the student-funded sexual assault centre at the University of Victoria. We provide peer-based support, education and advocacy for the on and off campus community. Find more info at https://www.antiviolenceproject.org/
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This workshop will be held on ZOOM
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