Dates: July 15, July 29, August 12, August 26
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Type: Support Group
Price: Pay what you can ($5.00+)
Facilitators: B Harriman
Support Group (July 15, August 12)
This once a month discussion group is for TGNC folx so we can have a safe place to share our experiences of being TGNC and get the support and community we need to keep growing and becoming more confident in who we are and want to be. We’ll talk about the challenges and pressures we face internally, in partnership, at work, in society, in family etc. and we’ll share resources and positive ways we’ve found to be proud to be who we are.
Skills Group (July 29, August 26)
In this once a month skills group for TGNC folx we’ll get to learn, share and develop specific skills we need to help us to feel more free and have a more positive experience of ourselves and the world around us. We’ll work together to build up our toolbox of skills to increase our Inner strength, self-awareness and self confidence.
This will be an ongoing group, which will host support groups on the second Wednesday of the month and skill building groups on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
Hi I’m B. I’m a non-binary transman and my pronouns are he and they. I create and facilitate skill building and discussion groups for other TGNC folx to find community together and to teach and learn the tools I wish I’d had growing up. I’m Cuban and British and originally from Miami. My first dream in kindergarten was to become a werewolf. My experiences growing up feeling different and having to imagine and invent my own identity are the inspiration behind all of my work. When I’m not speaking or teaching I’m writing and illustrating books and activities about a non-binary hero named Mischief who’s on a mission to change the world. I currently reside in NYC where I live and work on being the best version of myself I can be and hunt down adventure everyday.
"Growing up as a TGNC person I felt unseen and unheard a lot. I didn’t see many people that reflected who I was and who I wanted to be. Through those challenges I developed new skills and support and learned how important a sense of community is to gain the confidence it takes to keep becoming who I really am."