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Are you a therapist or health provider who has a desire to serve the perinatal loss population?

We are delighted to announce that, for the first time, we are offering the opportunity for therapists (of all disciplines) to participate in our RTZ HOPE Women’s Healing Retreats.

For the New York Retreat (November 21-24, 2019), we are opening up 2 spots for therapists/providers.

We have received many messages from people wanting to share their gifts with this population of bereaved mothers, so we decided to open up applications for our upcoming retreat at Menla Center in Phoenicia, NY. Read details of the New York retreat HERE.

Things to consider before applying:

  • You are a health provider or therapist (OT, PT, art therapist, psychologist, social worker, etc.)

  • You have experience working in women’s health and/or with the perinatal loss population

  • You know what you want to offer in detail, whether it be a workshop or service offering

  • You can you attend the entire retreat from 2 pm on Thursday, November 21, - noon on Sunday, November 24

  • You are able to get yourself to and from the retreat

  • You are able to pay the cost associated with attending

If you are saying, “Yes, I’m interested - what else do I need to know?” here is what you need to do.

If selected as one of the two therapists, you will receive a discount on the retreat tuition and the cost will be $1095.

What’s included?

  • Participation in the full retreat.

  • All group activities and workshops.

  • Opportunity to learn from and debrief with retreat facilitators.

  • 4 days / 3 nights of shared accommodation. Accommodations are in one of two mountain cabins on the Menla property. Therapists will share a room with the other therapist. Each cabin has bedrooms, shared bathrooms, a kitchen, and living room area.

  • All local and organic meals. Designed around fresh locally and seasonally sourced ingredients, including produce harvested from their on-site organic garden, Menla’s buffet-style dining features protein-balanced plant-based dishes. Menla’s wellness cuisine is centered around healing foods, sourced primarily from local farms with an eye toward seasonal and organic fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes.