Experienced Guided Meditation facilitator needed
Open Paths Counseling Center
Open Paths Counseling Center provides low or no-fee culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed therapy to under-served communities in Los Angeles. Our healers (therapists), many of whom come from the communities we serve, have been working incredibly hard to support the emotional wellbeing of our clientele. Most of our clinicians and clients have been directly impacted by the financial and/or health hardships caused by COVID, racial trauma from the ongoing killings of unarmed Black and Brown people, and the oppression of poverty.
Open Paths is seeking a person who deeply understands the roots of oppression as it relates to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and the intersections of these, and can provide healing guided meditations that centers from this place. Our goal is to offer guided mediations, and other types of healing practices (we are open to recommendations!) that can be provided at different days and times every week to help restore and reinvigorate our clinicians who are doing such tremendous work supporting those who need it most. If this sounds like you, please reach out.
Please note, due to liability, Open Paths will require a certification and/or other proof of expertise in the healing modality being offered by you. All offerings must be accessible to people of all body types and abilities. Services also offered in Spanish are highly encouraged. Thank you for considering!
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About Open Paths Counseling Center
12655 W. Washington Blvd., #101, Los Angeles, CA 90066, US
Open Paths Counseling Center was founded in 1975 and is proud to have continuously served the Culver City/Mar Vista area of Los Angeles for over 30 years. The mission of Open Paths is to meet the evolving mental health needs of the community through quality counseling services to individuals and families at fees they can afford, free programs for at-risk children and youth in schools and a superior therapist training program.
Open Paths currently serves men, women and children who are emotionally troubled, are domestic violence perpetrators and survivors, and at-risk students in local schools. Services also include domestic violence and crisis intervention and parenting education. Most Open Paths' clients come from West Los Angeles, though some come from Downtown and the San Fernando Valley. Open Paths is also a highly respected therapist-training center with an experienced, well-trained staff. Over the past few years Open Paths has expanded services to offer counseling to Spanish-speaking clients. Over 11,000 hours of services are provided each year to more than 800 clients on an on-going basis. Open Paths currently has eight board members who are highly committed to carrying out the agency's mission, performing informed oversight and participating in fundraising.