The Icarus Projects understands that mental health is an intersectional social justice issue. We have over 12 years of experience in fostering emotional well-being, healing, and emotional justice. We are available for institutions, communities, and organizations that want to begin conversations about emotional health and healing justice in their lives, families, and communities. We hold listening spaces and facilitate collective conversations about emotional well-being. We also offer talks to share our seasoned anti-oppressive analysis of the mental health system, how it works, and how it reproduces oppression. We share the social care alternatives we have created over the years. We are particularly interested in fostering the emotional health of social justice activists, spaces, and communities. All workshops are available in either English or Spanish, and can be delivered online or in person.
We offer a variety of workshops for general audiences, social justice organizations, and campus communities. You can read all general workshop descriptions here.
The Icarus Project has collective experience navigating the mental health system and in our journeys we have learned a whole lot about what is helpful and unhelpful for clients. We offer trainings for mental health providers where we bridge the experiences of clients with those in the therapeutic space so that together we can create better healing spaces. Learn more about our offerings for providers.
The Icarus Project works with schools, organizations, and other groups on a sliding-scale basis. We set our rates in relation to your group’s budget and access to resources.
To request a workshop or talk, please fill out this interest form here. Direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.