Whether you are hanging in there during your remote work day, battling racism on your zoom call, or looking to gain more insight into your self care practice, I offer space to feel all the feels, and to strategize together about making shifts and changes within yourself and your environments.
This workshop is for folks folks navigating challenging work dynamics from tricky to toxic and who feel like they need a little backup. It is an opportunity to participate in a compassion-based trauma-informed space for folks who are struggling to feel grounded during this increasingly unpredictable time. Together we will offer one another skills and support while we practice attuning to our needs, advocating for ourselves, and sharing healing community.
More specific Topics can include:
-Setting Work/Life Balance Boundaries
-Unpacking White Supremacy coded under "Professionalism"- Power Hoarding, Undermining Production-centrism, Quantity over Quality, Paternalism, Fear of Dialogue, Top-Down Hierarchy
Voicing Workplace Power Inequity Frustrations
-Microaggressions- (Coded-language, White-Washing, Withholding Power, Verbal Abuse, Intellectual Property Theft, etc)
-Understanding Comradeship in the Workplace
-Restructuring Organizational Power Structures
About The Facilitator
Noa Coffey-Moore (they/we) is a Gendernonconforming Black writer, educator, and coach living in West Philadelphia. They offer trauma-informed social justice-based coaching to folks who are navigating white supremacy in their workplace and relationships.
Noa is a community programs design and curriculum specialist who has offered inclusivity and equity strategic and programmatic guidance to youth and advocacy programs and organizations across New England and the TriCounty area. They’re an innovative and creative facilitator who blends play, movement, and poetics in their workshops to create authentic, generative somatic practice. Their work is centered in abolitionist freedom-centers.