We, the community of Well Clinic, acknowledge that we are on the stolen ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone who are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. We recognize how everyone in the Well Clinic community has and continues to benefit from the ongoing occupation of this land since its founding in 2011.
To embark on any healing journey, it is necessary to acknowledge the impact and adverse effects of colonization on indigenous communities and on all peoples. This acknowledgment reinforces Well Clinic’s commitment to beginning the process of dismantling ongoing legacies of settler colonialism and racism. We invite you to take a moment to reflect on and pay respect to the custodians of the traditional lands where we live, work, and recreate.
In recognition that Well Clinic benefits from this history, we pay the Shuumi Land Tax as a small way to contribute to the healing of this history, the sovereignty of Ohlone people, and the preservation of their culture.
Below are a few resources related to the Ramaytush work and history and how to contribute to the rematriation in the San Francisco Bay Area.
I absolutely love Well Clinic! From the beginning, my husband and I felt like we were in a comfortable and safe space.
Our couple’s therapy bridged gaps in our relationship and helped us understand each other that much more.
Well Clinic is an oasis, especially for busy professionals like me.
It’s a relaxing and safe space, nothing like the stuffy or drab offices you’d expect when going to a therapist.
Well Clinic’s inviting and professional design makes me feel comfortable and at ease, which probably benefits the work I am doing.
In fact, it doesn’t really feel like a therapy clinic at all, which I find awesome.