We’re so glad you’re here.

Gabay (n. guide) is a place where Gabes can support you.

In your time together, you may engage with the following themes:

  • Anti-oppression in the realms of
    • mental health
    • education
    • creativity
    • organizing
    • spirituality
  • Transformative justice, mutual aid, and community safety
  • Ancestral trauma, interconnectedness, and medicine
  • Racial, migration, and postcolonial trauma
  • Internalized oppression and colonial mentality
  • International solidarity
  • .. and so forth.

Frequency: Completing the form allows for a one-time meeting.

If you wish to have more than one session, you may have a conversation with Gabes during or towards the end of your first session to discuss on whether it’s a good fit and then decide on next steps together.

Duration: A session will be 45-50 minutes in length depending on the topic/s or questions you intend to address.

Rate: In the spirit of mutual aid, this will be a donations-based offering with an encouraged rate of $80-$120 depending on your capacity at this time.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This offering will not be held in a clinical capacity. Gabes has the right to say no to inquiries about therapy referrals and concerns about one’s personal mental health.

Finding therapeutic care is absolutely possible, and you may use a search engine to find therapists near you. Some helpful resource pages in finding clinical services for people of the global majority / racialized folks: Ayana Therapy, Therapy for Black GirlsInclusive Therapists, Healing in Colour (based in so-called Canada), and Open Path Collective.

The process starts by completing this form. Its purpose is to get to know you and to see what questions or topics you intend to engage with during this meeting. It basically asks how Gabes can support you in your time together.

After you complete this form, Gabes’ team will review your submission and reach out to you about the decision whether or not to move forward with a consultation.

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Grateful you stopped by.

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