Caregiving often calls us to lean into love we did not know possible.

Tia Walker

If you care for others—parent, spouse, friend, or child—you will also feel the need to take care of yourself. We bow to the nature of caregiving and its quixotic relationship with time and energy, love and frustration, responsibility and the desire to escape.

Healing circles are offered at no charge. If you’re able, we invite you to make a gift to help cover the cost of participating.

For all caregivers

We invite you to join a healing circle that provides a safe and supportive space to walk with those who share the experience of caregiving. Each circle is a blend of sharing and silence, compassion and curiosity. Agreements ensure acceptance and confidentiality. We honor our own unique paths to healing and respect the choices of others. All circles take place online via Zoom.

Healing circles are offered at no charge. If you’re able, we invite you to make a gift to help cover the cost of participating.

Caregiving for loved ones

Second and fourth Mondays (except August)
9:00AM to 10:30AM Pacific Daylight Time

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For those caring for a loved one with cancer

This ongoing healing circle is for those who are caring for a loved ones who has cancer. Together, we create a safe community drawing upon the power of partnership and compassion, where each of us listens and is listened to deeply and generously. We cultivate an environment of safety, sanctuary, and trust; give ourselves space to embrace our common paths; and allow the gates to open to profound learning and healing.

Caring for a loved one with cancer

Every Tuesday
5:00PM to 6:00PM Pacific Daylight Time



Please contact us if you have any questions about this circle.

Please note

Healing circles are groups of peers who support one another through deep listening and compassion. Circle participants abide by agreements, including agreements around confidentiality. The volunteers who host healing circles do not provide medical or psychotherapeutic advice or treatment. Participation in a healing circle does not replace the care provided by a qualified healthcare professional.