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April 2023 | Emotional Emancipation Circle 101 4-Week Intensive Registration Form

Greetings Family!


This is a registration form for our upcoming Emotional Emancipation Circle (EEC). Running April 5th – April 30th, our 4-Week EEC 101 Intensive will be held twice a week on Sundays and Wednesdays. Watch this video for an introductory video for our EECs.

  • Wednesdays, 6:00pm –7:30pm EST
  • Sundays, 6:00pm - 7:30pm EST


"EE Circles are catalysts for reclaiming our human dignity as people of African ancestry." –EE Circle Participant


In recent surveys, EEC participants reported what they like most:

"Being able to share experiences with others and be unapologetic about talking about racism."

"I particularly enjoyed the sense of community and the infusion of African philosophy, culture and values. I always left the EEC feeling more relaxed and purposeful."

"Being connected to other black people who want to heal...."

"The comradery, sharing experiences, learning more about myself as an African woman."


Your Journey to Emotional Emancipation:

Wednesday, April 5th – Introduction: The Lie and Truth of Black Humanity

Sunday, April 9th – Key 1: African Spiritual Origins

Wednesday, April 12th – Key 2: Historical Movements & Moments

Sunday, April 16th – Key 3: African Cultural Origins

Wednesday, April 19th – Key 4: Human Development & Learning

Sunday, April 23rd – Key 5: Ethics & Methods

Wednesday, April 26th – Key 6: Our African Cultural Imperative

Sunday, April 30th – Key 7: Spirit, Spirituality, and Spiritness & Closing (Last Circle is 2 hours 6:00pm - 7:30pm EST)


Space is limited. Come and connect, learn, heal, and grow together.


Should you have any questions, please reach out to Jan Berger at If you are unable to attend this cohort, join our waitlist

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Sliding Scale: Our fee for the EEC 101 4-week intensive is $75. If you are able to contribute more, we would greatly appreciate it! The difference will pave the way for others to experience their journey of emotional emancipation too. Registration ends Monday, April 3rd.

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About CHN & ABPsi

Community Healing Network (CHN) is a 501 (c) (3) organization that is spearheading the global grassroots movement for the emotional emancipation of Black people to overcome and overturn the lie of Black inferiority–the root cause of the devaluing of Black lives. CHN has put into place key elements to build the global grassroots movement for the emotional emancipation, healing, wellness, and empowerment of Black people. Visit to learn more.

The Association of Black Psychologists sees its mission and destiny as the liberation of the African Mind, empowerment of the African Character, and enlivenment and illumination of the African Spirit. Visit to learn more.

CHN and ABPsi believe that, in order to reverse the negative trends in Black communities and clear the way for all  Black children to reach their full potential, Black people must engage in the struggle for what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called “psychological freedom,” and what we call “emotional emancipation."