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say hello to AMAN


Welcome to our services page, I'm so delighted that you'd like to find out more about our work!

I started Birthing Ourselves to create a platform that produces opportunities and spaces for reflection aimed at those of us working towards creating a more equitable society. For many of us, there's more to do, and less time than ever before to think, reflect or take care of ourselves; and yet we know that in order to do our work well, we need more opportunities to think, be creative and intentional. 

The training, thought leadership and speaking services that we offer are second to none. I won't try and sell you on them -  hopefully you've made your way to this page because you like the themes that we cover in our writing, and would like to learn more about how you might be able to benefit from our insight and experience. 

If you would like more information, please contact me at to speak more about how we might be able to work together, and for quotes on how much we charge.  

We can create bespoke training, applying our knowledge of different learning experiences to your needs.

If you would like to bring our work to your classroom or conferences, we can make arrangements for guest lecturing and conference attendance.

We provide advice on making events more inclusive, and can also provide hosting or comparing services.

We have a range of research and service delivery experience. If you would like to fold our approach into your work, we offer project consultancy.

Guest lecturing, 

Thoughtful events LEADERSHIP 

Bespoke, Innovative and engaging training



To centre feminist wisdom on social justice in our work
To use interdisciplinary thinking underpinned by the principles, wisdom and gifts of Black Feminism. We use this generative frame to inspire thoughtful leadership, brave and creative leadership capable of meeting the challenges of our current moment. 

To be led by lived experience 
To use our bodily and experiential expertise as a source of knowledge and courage. Digging deep, being brave, and bringing together what we feel and how we think as a practice of wholeness

To practice showing up as our full selves
lTo resist the technologies of dominance which teach us we must present an 'acceptable' or 'singular' self; we will always try to show up as our full selves. 

Leading by example:  Thoughtful curation of space
To encourage attentive, gentle, thoughtful leadership that does not simplify the complexity of leading social change work; this practice is underpinned by the principles of the peer support movement. 

To embrace our unique ability as marginalised people to hold complexity and messiness together as the key to affecting lasting personal and social change

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