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Sat, May 05 2018

Mind the GAHP,

Durham, North Carolina, United States Durham, North Carolina, United States

  • About the event

    Mind the GAHP (Gaining Access to Higher Possibilities) is a wellness pop-up event for women interested in getting support for issues in a communal environment.

    We hold powerful facilitated discussions lead by qualified mental health professionals and life coaches that empower women to heal and move forward by doing the necessary mindful work.

    We believe that it is our responsibility to conveniently provide all women access to self-care and mental health resources in order to promote personal and professional growth. 

    We work to bridge the gap in access to mental health resources by connecting women to qualified, licensed, and insured therapists in their respective local areas. We do this with the support of therapists specifically looking to build their clientele. Mind the GAHP serves to help these professionals not only to build their customer bases but also to gain more exposure for their work and impact.

    Why should you sponsor?

    • Your brand will get great awareness as you will get to be in front of your target customer: women interested in all around wellness. 
    • You will find an increase of sales of your product(s).My event represents a unique opportunity to get your product in the hands of your target customer and can potentially help you earn market share.
    • Unlike other forms of marketing and advertising, Mind the GAHP's pop-up events can help alter the public perception of your brand in an incredibly impactful way.
    • You will be able to align your brand to our mission of women's empowerment, mental health awareness, and wellness. 
    • You will get to establish goodwill and show the community that you’re a reliable partner that’s able and willing to support all things local.

     


    Shaza Ibrahim

    Shaza Ibrahim is an experienced peer educator and mentor who works with young girls and women to help facilitate their inner growth. An advocate for mental and holistic health, Shaza founded Mind the GAHP with the hope of inspiring others to live more consciously. 

    She provides safe spaces for women to address deep-rooted issues and break unhealthy patterns by connecting them to professionals and experts in their respective local areas.

    Shaza has over five years’ experience facilitating workshops on intersectional topics including but not limited to, interpersonal violence, body image, and rape culture. Shaza has a true passion for teaching and helping women to live happier, more wholesome lives.

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  • 1-50 attendees expected


    0% Male Attendees


    100% Female Attendees

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