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Change. One Person at a Time


We facilitate culture change in organizations.

We work best with leaders who know they are stuck.  

We are seasoned problem-solvers, merging the wisdom of group psychology,

attachment theory, and restorative justice.

All members of our team come from one or more historically marginalized groups.

We are licensed, seasoned psychologists, clinical social workers, certified group psychotherapists, theater change agents, and organizational development professionals with strong interpersonal skills, vast global experience, and extensive experience with

group facilitation and delivering trauma-informed support.


We listen and assess. We serve as thought partners in making sense of what is not working.

We go beyond right and wrong and embrace complexity and the ability to hold multiple perspectives.


We begin with an exploration of the problem. This might include individual interviews, focus group discussions, and administering cross-culturally validated tools.

Success Signals

Intercultural Development Inventory

Intercultural Conflict Inventory 

Everything DiSC

The Five Behaviors


Unexpected and tragic events are unavoidable. 
Individuals and groups who experience threat to physical or psychological integrity require trauma-informed support.


Traditional organizational investigative practices are often contra-indicated and may add to an individual or group's suffering. 

Healing circles facilitated by licensed mental health professionals with expertise in trauma can mitigate pain and despair.


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Facilitated Small and Large Group Dialogues

Co-existence becomes possible when listening is prioritized over imposing beliefs and pushing agendas.

A trauma-informed approach helps individuals and groups to recognize when people are triggered.  

When individuals are in fight/ flight/ freeze/ fawn, the pre-frontal cortex goes offline and learning is no longer possible.

Groups that learn how to regulate themselves can allow for the expression of grief and rage without annihilating the Other.

Communal healing is possible when we sit together and attempt to do that which is seen as impossible in the conflicts around us.


Where there are people, there can be conflict!


It's not uncommon for teams or individuals to disagree to the point of impasse. Unaddressed internal divisions can have wide-ranging impacts across an organization.

Facilitators external to the organization allow for confidentiality and impartiality, conducive to resolving such conflicts, where staff members can feel more able to speak candidly and honestly.

Non-violent communication strategies can be effective in enhancing mutual understanding and moving towards interpersonal harmony. When individuals hear each other, it can be much easier to explore solutions.

Restorative Justice circles offer a promising alternative to punitive or disciplinary approaches, resulting in a deeper understanding and healing among the parties.


Bias is in all of us

From an evolutionary perspective, bias originally emerged to facilitate belonging to better ensure the survival of the individual.

Every individual is socialized to have preferences for certain groups over others. Unexamined, these preferences can unwittingly cause harm.

Trainings to support deeper knowledge include: 

Bystander Intervention

Identifying and Addressing Microaggressions

Leadership Training in Holding Cultural Complexity

Manager Training on Equity and Inlcusion

Cultivating Psychological Safety

Courageous Conversations


Contact us for a free discovery call.


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