"Fixing and helping create a distance between people, but we cannot serve at a distance. We can only serve that to which we are profoundly connected".
Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D
Serving requires us to know that our humanity is more powerful than our expertise or need for gain. Only service heals. Service is not an experience of strength or knowledge; service is an experience of mystery, surrender and connection. Those who chose to serve have traded a sense of mastery for an experience of mystery, and in doing so have transformed their work and their lives into practice.
PHH weekly wellness classes are donation-based/pay what you can to promote accessibility and generosity for community-based CAM while providing a pay it forward system. All donations made for wellness classes support our free drop-in mental health and wellness center. Learn more here.
Every Thursday from 10am to 3pm our offices are open for drop-in service hours to those seeking non-crisis mental health services. Complementary therapies are also provided free of charge. Learn more here.
Join the women of PHH every month for an amazing peer-based meet-up centered on mental health as a priority. We have check-in circles in our cozy studio space, meet-ups at places like Nailed It DIY in PXV or Ryerss Horse Farm. This year we've added volunteer months where we plan fundraising events for PHH and another non-profit organization supporting women. Learn more here.
Our Therapeutic Retreats marks the beginning of your profound transformation from unconscious to conscious by combining the principles of psychology, breathwork, meditation, and other CAM (complementary and alternative medicine). Learn more here.
In 2022 PHH partnered with Saprea to provide a free virtual support group for women that have survived childhood sexual abuse.
Founded in 2014, Saprea is a nonprofit organization that exists to liberate individuals and society from child sexual abuse and its lasting impacts. Saprea is committed to providing healing services through free retreats, survivor communities, and online resources to support women who experienced sexual abuse as a child or teen. The center of the Sepera logo represents the spark of hope, both for survivors who can heal and the belief that children can be protected from child sexual abuse. Learn more here.