These are some of Thérèse’s most loved podcast interviews.
GOOD ANCESTOR PODCAST
#GoodAncestor Thérèse Cator on Embodied Black Girl Liberation
On this episode Thérèse is interviewed by Layla F. Saad (New York Times and Sunday Times Bestselling Author of Me and White Supremacy) and discuss Embodied Black Girl Liberation and Decolonial Leadership.
HELP A HUMAN OUT PODCAST
On this episode Thérèse discusses what it means to be authentic and how we can work toward showing up as our authentic selves.
ROCK YOUR PURPOSE PODCAST
Healing, Embodiment & Weaving a New Earth with Thérèse Cator
In this episode:
- Following the breadcrumbs of purpose.
- The healing power of embodiment.
- Untethering from colonial paradigms and systems.
- Envisioning a new earth.
- Community as a space for healing.
SIMPLE SELF CARE PODCAST
Following Your Pain to Find the Joy
With all that is going on in the world right now, it’s tempting to want to numb and ignore our pain and difficulties. But what if sitting with and following our pain, grief, and trauma was the key to truly healing pain and easing the stress response? What if we could feel so safe within our bodies that we could process and move through this time in an empowered way?
As you will hear in our conversation, her wisdom on health and healing and self-care and working through trauma and pain is incredible. And it’s very approachable and applicable to our world right now.
So please listen and re-listen to this chat with Thérèse about:
- How to still find joy during hard times and why we need to
- How to be an activist without getting burnt out
- How to sit with pain, discomfort, and grief and use it all as important information to guide our healing
- The difference between connected and disconnected self-care
- How our own self-care impacts our community
- Different forms of healing like somatic work, shadow work, and dealing with spiritual bypassing
RISING WOMEN LEADERS PODCAST
Justice, Liberation and Weaving A New World
In this episode:
THE PRIESTESS PODCAST
Love, Liberation & Leadership
About this Episode: My guest on the Priestess Podcast today, Thérèse Cator and I were supposed to have an interview all about your light within and shining that out to the world. And while we have done that, truth is when you are in the presence of a truly beautiful light and human being like Thérèse, that’s just the surface of what you dive into. Thérèse shares with us her special thoughts on everything from love, liberation, getting free, letting our true selves be out and whole in the world and stepping into great roles of spiritual leadership. It’s an episode you’re going to want to return to again and again.
Thérèse Cator (she/her) is the founder of Embodied Black Girl, a global community that stands for the embodied liberation of Black women and femmes and women of color everywhere. Embodied Black Girl is devoted to creating a safe space for to heal from intergenerational trauma, racialized stress and colonial conditioning in service of our individual and collective liberation and healing.
Thérèse is a mother, Leadership Coach, an Embodiment Practitioner, a Healer and an Artist. Her work bridges leadership, spirituality, healing, somatics, mindfulness, decolonization and social change. Thérèse deeply believes that healing is both personal and political; spiritual and corporeal.
In 2020 alone, Thérèse led many healing circles for the Black community, attended by nearly 5,000 folks. She also led Becoming Human, a series of lessons for white people to dismantle white supremacy, for thousands of white and white passing people. Thérèse work has been featured in Forbes, MindBodyGreen and Conscious City Guide.
Thérèse has been an avid meditator and practicing energy work for nearly two decades and a coach for 13 years and a life long artist. She has received training and mentorship in somatic attunement, attachment dynamics, trauma sensitivity, Vipassana meditation, Reiki, shadow work and neuro linguistic programming. Thérèse is a graduate of NYU and Rutgers, and holds a BA and MFA respectively. She has experience in a multitude of industries, including non-profit development, entertainment, tech and teaching.
Thérèse grew up in Brooklyn, New York. These days you can find her drawing with her son and tending to her plant babies. You can find out more about her work at www.theresecator.com.
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