Spiritual Companionship and Guided Healing with Butterfly Truth® (Tony Pham)

Spiritual Companionship and Guided Healing with Butterfly Truth® (Tony Pham)
Systemic Specialties: Grief, LGBTQIA
Mental Health Specialties: Grief
Sexuality Speciality: Gay
Modality: Groups, Individuals
Types of Therapy: Attachment-based, Emotionally Focused, Experiential Psychedelic Assisted Therapy, Family Systems, Grief, Multicultural, Narrative, Somatic, Spiritual Counseling, Transpersonal
Age Specialty: Adults
Communities Served: Gay Allied, Queer Allied, Racial Justice Allied
Cost per Session: Sliding Scale
Payments Accepted: Cash, Paypal, Venmo
Qualifications:: Over 7 years of experience and 100+ clients, studying with elders outside of colonialist and patriarchal systems of accreditation. Certified meditation instructor and Compassion Cultivation Training © teacher.
Additional credentials: Certified Teacher, Compassion Cultivation Training ©; INELDA Death Doula Training; Advanced Empathy Course, New York Center for Nonviolent Communication; The Ancestor Project's decolonization training
Meditation Instructor
Services (Cultural Healing): Accountability Coaching, Coaching, Death Care, End of Life Care, Experiential Psychedelic Assisted Therapy, Gatherings & Retreats, Grief, Group Spiritual Circle, Healing Circles, Mentorship, Rites & Healing, Shadow Work, Speaking Engagements, Spiritual Coaching, Teaching Classes
Vietnamese
Ethnicity Counselor Identifies As: Vietnamese
Religions & Spirituality: Buddhism, Spirituality
Other Mental Health Related Services: Coaching, Consultation, Public Speaking

Tony Pham (Butterfly) (he/they) is a heritage Buddhist, facilitator, and healer that occupies the intersection of queer and BIPOC identities. Tony is certified in Compassion Cultivation Training © (co-created by Thupten Jinpa at Stanford), teaching compassion and meditation at Tibet House US. He is a 2nd generation Vietnamese American whose parents came to the United States as refugees from war. Tony goes by Butterfly in spiritual spaces where they steward practices rooted in compassion, indigeneity, and sacred lineages. He is presently a student of Lama Rod Owens (Vajrayana/Tibetan Buddhism). They are also an alumnus of the East Bay Meditation Center’s PiTA8 trauma informed mindfulness program for social justice activists.

Butterfly published a tribute to Engaged Buddhist and Rōshi Robert Aitken, “Helping Hands,“ in Lion’s Roar for their January 2022 print and online magazine.

Tony has completed death doula and non-violent communication training. Butterfly is honored to serve as president on the board of directors of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship and as a volunteer group facilitator with the COVID Grief Network. They now reside in Brooklyn (unceded Canarsie/Munsee Lenape land). For more information, please visit tonyopham.com.

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