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A wellbeing approach unlocks paradigm shifts that lead to transformational change

We’re all hardwired for wellbeing

Wellbeing is the set of needs and experiences universally required in combination and balance to weather challenges and have health and hope. While the human drive for wellbeing is universal, access is not. The racism, sexism, homophobia and other oppressions that are baked into American systems make accessing wellbeing difficult for many of us. The problem isn’t the people involved in these systems, but the systems themselves.

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Our core concepts

Seeing the world in a fuller frame means challenging the assumptions and harmful narratives that uphold the status quo. Our approach helps to advance structural change by going against the grain to shift mental models and solve problems in new ways.

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