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BIPOC Healers, Helpers & Health Care Professionals

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Welcome to Infinitely Well's BIPOC Healers, Helpers, & Health Care Professionals membership group! We are a vibrant community dedicated to supporting and uplifting BIPOC individuals working in the healing, helping, and health care fields. Whether you are a healer, therapist, counselor, social worker, nurse, doctor, or any other professional committed to promoting wellness, this membership is designed to provide you with resources, connection, and empowerment.

As a member of this group, you will join a network of like-minded individuals who share a common goal of advancing health and well-being within BIPOC communities. We believe in the power of representation and recognize the unique challenges and experiences faced by BIPOC professionals in the health care industry. This membership is specifically designed to address those challenges and create a space where you can thrive both personally and professionally.

Membership Benefits:

1. Community and Connection: Connect with a diverse and supportive community of BIPOC healers, helpers, and health care professionals who understand the nuances and complexities of your work. Engage in discussions, share insights, and foster meaningful connections with peers across various disciplines.

2. Mentorship and Guidance: Benefit from mentorship opportunities where experienced professionals provide guidance, advice, and support to help you navigate your career path. Gain valuable insights and learn from the experiences of those who have successfully overcome challenges similar to yours.

3. Resource Library: Explore a comprehensive collection of resources, including articles, research papers, toolkits, and best practices, all focused on improving health outcomes and addressing health disparities within BIPOC communities. Stay informed and access valuable information to support your work.

4. Advocacy and Empowerment: Take part in advocacy initiatives aimed at addressing systemic inequities and dismantling barriers to health and wellness. Collaborate with other members to raise awareness, influence policy changes, and promote inclusivity within the health care industry.

5. Networking Opportunities: Connect with potential collaborators, mentors, and clients through our networking events and online platforms. Expand your professional network and create opportunities for collaboration and growth.

6. Exclusive Discounts and Offers: Enjoy exclusive discounts on workshops, conferences, and other professional development opportunities, as well as discounts on products and services offered by our partner organizations.

Infinitely Well's BIPOC Healers, Helpers, & Health Care Professionals membership is committed to fostering an environment of support, understanding, and growth. We celebrate diversity, respect individual experiences, and aim to create a space where every member feels seen, heard, and valued.

Join us on this transformative journey as we collectively work towards creating a healthier, more equitable future for BIPOC communities. Together, we can make a lasting impact in the healing, helping, and health care professions.

Group Rules

Respect one another

Everyone has a different point of view so feel free to respectfully disagree. Please be kind and courteous at all times.

Be respectful of others’ privacy

Being in this group depends on our trust of one another. Some discussions may be sensitive or contain sensitive information, so what’s said in the group should stay in the group.

Copyright infringement and trademark

When sharing others people’s posts, images and other content, do not infringe on their copyright or claim other people’s materials as your own.

No harassment of any kind

Bullying, targeting, or attacking a member of this group is not allowed and will not be tolerated.

No sales or spam

No selling to or spamming other members is allowed in this group. Anyone who does so will be subject to immediate removal.


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  • September 23, 2018


  • Nichelle Alderson
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