Surrogate Partner Collective
Love. Intimacy. Connection.
At Surrogate Partner Collective, we're working to increase awareness and acceptance of surrogate partner therapy, and to bring this powerful healing modality to the people who need it most. Our culture is plagued by a high divorce rate, broken relationships, and dysfunctional families. We at SPC believe that learning how to relate to others in a healthy way is one of the most pressing issues facing today’s society. Surrogate partner therapy helps people heal through learning and practicing authentic love, intimacy, and connection. Each person who heals themself then carries that healing to their partner(s), children, family, and community, thus effecting widespread change.
WHO WE ARE
Here at SPC, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all by teaching people how to love themselves and others. We are a network of surrogate partner therapy practitioners and collaborating clinicians, providing certification, continuing education, advocacy, and outreach. We strive to make a positive impact with all of our pursuits by helping people learn intimacy and relationship skills.
Healing individual hearts
through embodied intimacy,
we empower universal connection.
Surrogate Partner Collective is in the business of transforming lives. The work we do is aimed at promoting a holistic approach to solving intimacy and relational problems. We understand that by healing individuals, we can impact families, communities, and society as a whole. Each person whose life is touched by a surrogate partner practitioner will carry that love, light, and empowerment with them out into the world.
We are a community of surrogate partners who model healthy intimacy skills, embodying our values in the way we teach, relate to one another, and run our organization.
As supportive partners and mentors, we teach intimacy skills from within the relationship. In the structure of the triadic model, we co-create opportunities for clients to move through shame and social conditioning to self-acceptance and self-love, so they experience the full potential of embodied intimacy.
We cultivate the next generation of surrogate partners and therapists, and educate the broader community.
“Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye.”
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.