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mind

Resources on Meditation and Mindfulness

resources from shambhala  

links on mindfulness

Sounds True is a resource for books and recordings on meditation.
SoundsTrue.com

Shambhala Publications is an excellent resource for books and teachings on meditation, mindfulness, wellness, psychology and religion
 Shambhala.com

Dr. Reginald Ray is good at helping you to connect with your body in the practice of meditation

DharmaOcean.org

Trime Lhawang (Patrick Sweeney) is a Western teacher in the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhist, his teaching are intellectually stimulating and include a physical practices like Qigong and yoga.

Satdharma.com

Zenko Kyudojo – Zen archery in the lineage of Shibata Sensei

ZenkoInternational.org

other spiritual teaching

 

addicts

Resources for addiction, eating disorders and co-dependance

TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) Ideas Worth Spreading – Curated TED talks on the topic of addiction

TED.com/topics/addiction

California Rehab and Recovery This guide was written to help the many Californians who are struggling with addiction find affordable treatment that will put them on the path to recovery and to inform the general public about the dangers of substance abuse in the state. If you need help finding a treatment center, you can use our directory to find low-cost, quality treatment right away. help.org

 

eating disorders

UCLA Eating Disorders Program
UCLAHealth.org/EatingDisorders/

Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders

RosewoodRanch.com

NEDA
NationalEatingDisorders.org

 

12 Step links

AlAnon
1600 Corporate Landing Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23454-5617
Telephone: (757) 563-1600
Fax: (757) 563-1656
Email: wso@al-anon.org
Toll-free Meeting Line: (888) 425-2666
AlAnon.org

 

Alcoholics Anonymous

A.A. World Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 459,
Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10163
(212) 870-3400

AA.org

Adult Children of Alcoholics

ACA WSO
Post Office Box 811
Lakewood, CA 90714 USA

310-534-1815

AdultChildren.org

Debtors Anonymous

PO Box 920888
Needham, MA 02492-0009

800-421-2383

DebtorsAnonymous.org

Gamblers Anonymous
International Service Office
P.O. Box 17173
Los Angeles, CA 90017
T (626) 960-3500
F (626) 960-3501
isomain@gamblersanonymous.org

GamblersAnonymous.org

Narcotics Anonymous

NA World Services
PO Box 9999  
Van Nuys, California USA 91409  
Telephone +1.818.773.9999  
Fax +1.818.700.0700

NA.org

Overeaters Anonymous

PO Box 44020
Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87174-4020 USA

505-891-2664

OA.org

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
1550 NE Loop 410 Suite 118
San Antonio, TX 78209 USA

210-828-7900

SLAAfws.org

Rehab Reviews – Reviews of over 7,000 rehab centers, referrals for therapists, legal services and sober living facilities
RehabReviews.com
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

HazeldenBettyFord.org

Psychology

body

resources for sexuality, sexual identity, and trauma

Louise Mazanti -expert in sex, intimacy and consciousness and works in conjunction with her partner Mike Lousada

MazantLlousada.com  

Dalychia Saah and Rafaella Fiallo / Afrosexology - birthed out of a desire to experience a more sex-positive Black community.  Visit their resources page for more reading on sexuality and race.

Afrosexology.com

Willow Brown - Taoist sexuality instructor and works in the area of women’s health.

YinWellness.com

Patti Britton - a clinical sexologists with a wide array of sex oriented support.

DrPattiBritton.com

sexual trauma

Layla Martin -  A great resource for all things sex, including how to help your partner work with you as trauma is triggered in bed

Layla-Martin.com

This is video about her experience of sexual trauma

This is a short video for couples on dealing with sexual trauma

Peter Levine - groundbreaking audio exercises to heal sexual trauma. He has many other books and resources on this topic. Sexual Healing: Transforming the Sacred Wound (Transform the Sacred Wound) 

 

sexual identity

Los Angeles LGBT Center  - resources for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered people

LALGBTCenter.org

Trans* Lounge Program Library – classes for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered people

TransLoung.org

 

Transgender Law Center – legal assistance for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered people

TransgenderLawCenter.org

other helpful links on sexuality

Saida Desilets - To learn about how the ancient practices of the jade egg can heal your trauma and delve into teachings about living fully in your erotic genius.

SaidaDesilets.com

Louise Mazanti -expert in sex, intimacy and consciousness and works in conjunction with her partner Mike Lousada

MazantLlousada.com  

Mike Lousada - provides both psychosexual somatic work that combines neuroscience, trauma therapy, myofacial release technique, psychotherapy and bodywork .  He covers a wide range of sexual issues including trauma related to less touched on topics such as childbirth, miscarriage, etc

MikeLousada.com

Patti Britton - a clinical sexologists with a wide array of sex oriented support.

DrPattiBritton.com

Eva Louise Williams -  provides sacred feminine yoga and somatic bodywork for women including trauma release.

EvaLouiseWilliams.com

Somatic Experiencing and how it can help heal trauma.

Traumahealing.org

 Diego Walraff - certified sexologist providing workshops and retreats in the area of sexual healing, tantra and intimacy.

ATouchFromTheHeart.com

Willow Brown - Taoist sexuality instructor and works in the area of women’s health.

YinWellness.com

Jennica Mills - works with the sexual assault recovery and facilitates healing through Neurogenic Yoga, TRE, and intuitive healing sessions.

Neurogenic-yoga.squarespace.com

 Connie Eberhart - combines yoga in her healing work and provides both sexual wellness, pelvic health and other support.

Sacredembodiment.net

 

 

 

other

resources on women, race, personal transformation and physical healing

Hains, Rebecca. Why Disney princesses and 'princess culture' are bad for girls. Washington Post, June 24, 2016.

 

 

MissRepresentation - inspires individuals and communities to challenge and overcome limiting stereotypes so that everyone – regardless of gender, race, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or circumstance – can fulfill their human potential.

The RepresentationProject.org

 

See Jane - founded by Geena Davis, working within the media and entertainment industry to engage, educate, and influence content creators, marketers and audiences about the importance of eliminating unconscious bias in entertainment and media

SeeJane.org


The Harvard Women and Public Policy Program - closes gender gaps in economic opportunity, political participation, health and education by creating knowledge, training leaders and informing public policy and organizational practices.

Wappp.hks.harvard.edu

 

Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson – founded a non-profit organization to bring awareness and healing to the lasting pain of girl-against-girl bullying

KindCampaign.com

 

Tabby Biddle – an advocate for women’s voices and feminine thought leadership

TabbyBiddle.com

TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) Ideas Worth Spreading – Curated talks on the subject of women by TED speakers all over the world.

TED.com/topics/women

Women’s Media Center

WomensMediaCenter.com

race

Sonja Renee Taylor -  Founder of The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media and education company promoting radical self-love and body empowerment

SonyaReneeTaylor.com

The Mash-up Americans Podcast

MashupAmericans.com
 

Mixed Race in America Podcast
WashingtonPost.com
 

Code Switch Podcast
NPR.org