So you want to know more about This Human Thing...

Our Mission

to re-humanize mental health by collectively embodying authentic aliveness

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Our Values

connection. authenticity. inclusivity. agency. integrity. compassion. curiosity. responsibility. un-learning.

Our Actions & Offerings

We offer therapeutic groups & workshops that support healing, bring people together and build community.

We have created a warm and inviting physical space for connection & creativity that can be rented out to host services and events.

We created a healing collective for those seeking one-on-one support.

We make resources accessible, by offering tools, education and a local support directory.

We invest our profits into creating scholarships for mental health services and supporting existing community mental health initiatives.

We host a podcast and events that are aligned with our overall purpose.

Our  Space

When we talk about ‘space’, we refer primarily to the energetic space we create online and in person – the ‘container’ for the work we do. The intention of this space is to foster a deeper connection to the shared elements of being human, while respecting and celebrating the diversity amongst us.

 We also have created a beautiful physical ‘container’ on Treaty 4 land in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, to offer our services from. This space, The Heart Center, can be rented out to others to host services and events that align with our mission. 

The Land We Are On

Our work is based on Treaty 4 territory in the city of Regina. These are the ancestral lands of the nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšināpēk (Saulteaux), Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation. 

We honour and respect this land and the Indigenous people whose histories and culture are physically and spiritually connected to this land.  

We acknowledge the way colonization and genocide has (and continues to) lead to trauma, oppression and deep pain for Indigenous people, and the way settler people have participated in and benefitted from colonialism.

We are committed to being good treaty relatives, by listening, supporting, learning and un-learning, and by taking responsibility for our own inner work. 

We Are Social(ish). Let’s Connect:


1170 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4R 1X8

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