Thérèse Cator (she/her) is a Trauma-Informed Embodiment Practitioner, Leadership Coach, and founder of Embodied Black Girl, a global community that stands for the embodied liberation of Black womxn and Womxn of Color everywhere. Embodied Black Girl is devoted to creating a safe space for Black womxn and Womxn of Color to heal from intergenerational trauma, racialized stress, and colonial conditioning in service of our individual and collective liberation and healing.
Thérèse is a mother, Leadership Coach, an Embodiment Practitioner and Teacher, a Healer and an Artist. Her work bridges leadership, spirituality, healing, somatics, mindfulness, decolonization, and social change.
In 2020 alone, Thérèse led many healing circles for the Black community, attended by nearly 5,000 folks. She also led Becoming Human, a series of lessons for white people to dismantle white supremacy, for thousands of white and white-passing people. Thérèse has led gatherings at brands such as HealHaus, Ethel’s Club, Minka Brooklyn, and Facebook.