Philly Black Healers Collective

The Philly Black Healers Collective (PBHC) believes that Black and Brown people are powerful and possess all that is needed to heal themselves; the collective creates a platform for that healing to happen. Diverse spiritual and healing-oriented  services are made easily accessible to communities and individuals that have experienced or continue to experience trauma. Services focus on culturally-centered and culturally-relevant healing and wellness practices. The PBHC believes that a cooperative model of business best reflects their spiritual and cultural values and allows them to be accountable to each other for continuing a journey of healing and wellness.

PBHC is currently nine members: Golden Ana Ré, Hakim Pitts, Mari Morales-Williams, Shonettia Monique, Kenya Ramey, Ariesha Geier, Jamila Wilson, Jazmyn Burton, and Darasia Selby-Adebisi.

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