Sat, Apr 16|
Hosted on Zoom
Safety & Self Care Planning Retreat
This six hour retreat is an experience focused around collectivizing care work and examining internal consent practices when engaging in this work. Aimed towards advocates, organizers, crisis responders, therapists, teachers, and lawyers.
Time & Location
Apr 16, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
Hosted on Zoom
About the event
The Safety and Care Planning Retreat is an experience focused around collectivizing care work and examining internal consent practices when engaging in this work. Aimed towards advocates, organizers, crisis responders, therapists, teachers, and lawyers — this offering engages participants in the process of creating a safety care plan, how to care for yourself when supporting others, and utilizing somatic approaches to (re)connect with embodied wisdom. While traditional care models often work from a place of saviorism, our pedagogy embraces harm reduction in collaboration with others. Engaging in harm reduction pairs with Spring Up’s safety and care plans as it allows people to identify how they want to be supported, by who, and when. By the end of this retreat, participants will have learned from Spring Up Teaching Artists and one another how boundaries, mutual aid, harm reduction, and somatic embodiment support an equitable distribution of care work.
This retreat will be held on April 16, 2021 at 9am-3pm PST / 10am-4pm MST / 12pm-6pm EST with a 1 hour break from 12pm-1pm PST/ 1pm-2pm MST/ 3pm-4pm EST
Each retreat includes optional coaching to support in personalizing the collective’s learnings: 1 session for $100 more or 3 sessions for $250 more. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing coaching.
This ticket is a reduced price option for individuals purchasing without institutional support.
This ticket is the at cost price. Those who can pay should cover and you can select this option if you are from a small grassroots orgs or are a large organization sending 4 or more people.
This ticket is the sponsor rate. This should be paid by individuals or groups of less than 4 being sent by a funded institution.