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Emily Graham (they/them)

Emily Graham (they/them)


Emily, or Em, (they/them) is a nonbinary, queer, polyamorous, white, neurodivergent, abolitionist therapist. Emily has a passion for learning and creating a better world for everyone, especially through their work with individuals and relationships in their therapy practice. Emily is a licensed clinical social worker dedicated to anti-oppressive work and liberation.

When Em isn’t working with clients or creating badass courses, they enjoy spending their time learning, practicing tarot, foraging for mushrooms, collecting cool rocks, and snuggling with their four cats and two nesting partners. 

@liberated.relationships @seedsofliberationcounseling

Liberated Accountability: Collaborative Empathy, Apologies, & Repair (CEU)

April 13, 2024

Systems of carcerality (like the US prison system) teach us that accountability is achieved through punishment. This easily seeps into our relationships and can disrupt our capacity to practice accountability with each other in a way that restores balance, equity, and justice. Since - despite our best efforts - incurring/causing harm is inevitable in our relationships, this Liberated Accountability is a crucial skill to learn. This interactive workshop will explore new understandings of Liberated Accountability, and how to navigate it as a person who has experienced harm and as someone who has caused harm. We will discuss relevant communication skills, as well as the role of personalized, embodied apologies to create meaningful repair. Each participant will also receive a Found Family Discussion Guide and Integration Exercises to take home.

Releasing Control: Cultivating Secure Connection (CEU)

April 12, 2024

In so many ways, we are taught to control each other and situations as a means of gaining a perceived sense of safety. We try to use control to feel connected to each other, but this ultimately inhibits secure connection. In this interactive workshop, we will reconceptualize control across levels of experience from personal (codependence) to systemic (neoliberal myths), as well as explore practical skills around boundaries (vs expectations vs rules vs agreements). By identifying our own attempts to control, we can discover how to move away from this misguided attempt to connect and back into alignment with secure and sustainable ways to be in relationship. Each participant will also receive a Found Family Discussion Guide and Integration Exercises to take home.

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