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Creating Cups of Wellness - 4/18/24

Creating Cups of Wellness - 4/18/24

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Thursday, April 18, 2024


12:00 to 1:00 pm Pacific Time (PT)


Ebony Williams, LMFT


How much energy do we use on any given day—and what, or whom, receives it? In this online, experiential session, we’ll use a series of cups as a metaphor to explore and reflect on how our energy is currently split up in our lives and, in turn, how we may refocus (and even increase) it to better nurture our relationships, navigate our lives, and prevent burnout.

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Instructor Bio

Ebony Williams, LMFT is a Black, queer, first generation woman who is also a licensed marriage and family therapist, social emotional healing arts instructor, and a trauma-informed yoga teacher. She created the Ragdoll Project while earning an MFA in Writing at the California Institute of the Arts and has facilitated workshops on both the East and West coasts for trauma survivors and individuals navigating life challenges that range from sexual and domestic violence, grief and loss, LGBTQIA identity, and living in communities challenged by violence. Ebony also earned a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in African American Family Studies. As a therapist, Ebony has worked with adults across the spectrum of age, identity, and experience as well as with children and their families as they navigate a range of challenges from trauma, foster care, learning differences, family transitions such as divorce to name a few. Ebony has a background in education as both a teacher and administrator.

Currently, Ebony teaches in the cultural psychology LGBTQIA+ specialization at Pacific Oaks College and the SEA Certificate Program through Arts & Healing Initiative. Ebony has a private therapy practice offering individual, couples, and group/circle work that aims to be trauma-reducing and healing centered. In addition, Ebony is also the founder of Root Wellness Healing, a leadership and organizational wellness consulting practice. Learn more about Ebony, and read her writing on holistic wellness and healing at

Materials - What to Bring

In addition to three handouts that will be provided in advance of the workshop, please have the following materials on hand:

  • Journal, notebook, or several sheets of paper
  • Pens, colored pencils, and/or markers
  • Something comforting and grounding
  • Water to drink

Digital Media Release Policy

By registering, you give Arts & Healing Initiative approval to record this event, still and/or moving images from which may appear in printed materials or digital channels for archival, educational, or promotional purposes.

Note that Zoom breakout rooms are not recorded.