While I am working towards becoming a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, it is important to note that I do not conduct any aspect of the Ragdoll Project in particular the workshops as a psychologist or therapist clinical or otherwise. Instead I share this process as an artist and a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. I believe that my story is something that others can benefit from just as I benefit from the stories of others who’ve dealt with violence upon their bodies, within their families, and/or communities. The Ragdoll Workshops do not aim to represent a set of universal experiences and does not pretend to offer a solution to said experiences but simply an opportunity to use art, within the healing process, as it helped support my personal healing in conjunction with individual therapy and maintaining a spiritual practice and community. This workshop may trigger some emotions, memories, or physical reactions and because each person is ultimately responsible for their continued healing, I encourage participants continue on their journeys by knowing and using all the resources available to them. At the end of each workshop, I provide a customized list of resources in the area as well as tips for how to navigate post-workshop challenges.
Please note: The Ragdoll Project is the intellectual property of Ebony Williams and both the process and material must not be replicated without the expressed written consent of Ebony Williams. This is not only for the protection of the integrity of the work but to ensure the protection of participants.