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Your support is important to our work at Time Of Butterflies. There are many ways you can contribute towards our cause, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfill our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved.

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Make A True Change

Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, and every contribution goes towards making Time Of Butterflies an even better nonprofit than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information related to your mode of support, so please don't hesitate to contact us with your questions.

Founders and Board Members

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Giselle Bonilla

Founder

Giselle Bonilla identifies as Dominican Afro-Indigenous. Giselle is co-founder of Time Of Butterflies as well as the clinical director. Giselle and her sister Kat founded Time Of Butterflies together to create a space of healing for BIPOC women in Boston, MA and to provide needed resources. Giselle has always believed that the most healing happens within a community. Giselle is also the founder of Centro Bonilla in the Dominican Republic, which provides mental health services with a holistic approach for the communities in Bonao, DR as well as the surrounding communities. Giselle is certified in Reiki, Reflexology, Sound Healing and Trauma-Informed Yoga. She is currently running her online private practice as a Holistic Therapist at Holistic Wellbeing Counseling. Giselle works in a way that focuses on her own rich family, cultural and ancestral wisdom, experiences, knowledge and strengths. She believes that the mind, the body and spirit are strongly connected and that they need each other in order to heal.

 

Giselle is the author of, "Healing the Body through Awareness, and Expression: The Polyvagal Theory and the Expressive Arts in Therapy with Women Who Have Been Abused."

 

Link of the article: https://digitalcommons.lesley.edu/expressive_theses/240/

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