Boundaries can feel daunting and tricky for many of us, and rightfully so. That’s because our culture lacks boundary literacy. Furthermore, we internalize the boundaries of our family of origin and society without ever interrogating them. And yet, many people don’t realize how important boundaries are.

The truth is boundaries impact everything — our personal well-being, relationships and leadership. Coming into right relationship with our boundaries is also integral to weaving a world where we all belong.

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Thérèse Cator (she/her/hers) is a mother and the founder of Embodied Black Girl. She’s also Embodiment Practitioner and Teacher, Decolonial Leadership Coach and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in-training. She works at the intersection of spirit, somatics and social justice rooted in a decolonial lens. She comes from a long line of medicine people, artists and activists. Thérèse is devoted to guiding people of all backgrounds to untether from the colonial and cultural conditioning that create cultures of disconnection. She invites them to unmap their bodies from supremacy and transgenerational trauma and in the process unearth the innate power and gifts essential to weaving the new world. Thérèse’s holds a BA from NYU and MFA from Rutgers University and her work has been featured in Essence, Forbes, Jezebel, MindBodyGreen among others.

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