Magic for Liberation

The Liberatory Magic Collective (horizon, Sheila and Cooper) are a collective of spiritual seekers, witches, mystics, magic-makers and therapists blending liberatory healing practices rooted in the relational neurosciences, somatic wisdom, parts work, ancestral healing and love. 

Care and Connection Circle

Register HERE
Cost: $19
Place: Zoom

Tuesdays 7-8:30pm, Pacific Time
October 11, 2022
November 8, 2022
December 13, 2022

The Liberatory Magic Collective invites you to our version of a fireside chat. A container of time where we can connect about our work as liberatory therapists, share in a practice of deep listening (to ourselves and each other) and build spiritual community. Join us for one or all three.

On December 13th, we’ll be sitting with and connecting across grief.

As white anti-racists, we are committed to the work of unlearning whiteness while feeling for healing in our own bodies and cultivating relationships with our ancestors. Our work is trauma-informed, anti-racist, queer/trans-affirming, neurodivergent affirming, fat/body positive, anti-ableist, anti-oppressive, magical and liberatory.  

horizon (she/her). Animist, witch, abolitionist, ecofeminist, trauma healer, truth teller, liberationist. These are some of my many names. 

I am a queer fat femme who practices at the intersections of oppression, grief, trauma and liberation. I believe that love is our most powerful magic and that healing happens in relationship. I believe healing and liberation are our birthright.

I have spent more than 20 years in a deep study of how healing happens, learning to undo oppression while learning to co-create cultures of healing and wellness. My training has included intensive learnings in somatics, trauma healing, anti-oppressive practices, anti-racism, liberatory culture building, ritual and witchcraft. I work as a complex trauma specialist, accompanying people in the deep work of making real what our souls know is possible. 

I see adults for trauma-specific therapy at Joyful Awakening for clients located in Washington & Oregon states.

“Dandelions don’t know whether they are a weed or a brilliance. But each seed can create a field of dandelions. We are invited to be that prolific. And to return fertility to the soil around us.” – adrienne maree brown

Sheila (she/they) – human, spiritual seeker, dancer, mama, catalyst, social worker, and elder. 

My work is healing the deep disconnection that results from childhood trauma and violence from systems of superiority and dominance within us and between us. It is rooted in interpersonal neurobiology, polyvagal theory and parts work.  It is trauma-informed, anti-racist, queer/trans celebrating, fat/body positive, and embraces the full spectrum of lived economic experience, neurotypes, and abilities. Most of all it is rooted in the wonder/awe of being human. 

I see adults for therapy at Loving the Questions Counseling for clients located in Washington & Oregon states.

“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” – Audre Lorde 

Cooper Stodden (they) – Relationship and family therapist, play therapist, sex educator, and ecofeminist witch.

My work is supporting transgender, non-binary, queer, and lesbian ADHDers of all ages to grow self-esteem, co/self-regulation, compassion, and belonging. I do this through connection with nature, parts work, family systems therapy, healing internalized oppression, and play. I also help clients explore and deepen magical and spiritual practices that support regulation, empowerment, and belonging.

I am an ADHDer, ecstatic dancer and ritualist, survivor, abolitionist, magical activist, and enthusiastically average singer and song-leader.

I see adults for nature-based therapy (in-person and telehealth options in WA) at Joyful Awakening.  I see children, youth, parents and families at Atlas Counseling Seattle.

“Radical self-acceptance means understanding that we were made exactly as we were meant to be. There is no part of us without a purpose. There is no excess in how we are put together. There was no mistake made here.”  – Chani Nicholas