We want you and everyone else to heal, learn, and grow when at mindish — without feeling judged or unsafe. With this in mind, we have developed a code of what we do and do not allow at mindish.
Keeping our Community Safe
mindish has a zero-tolerance policy towards abuse, malice, violence, and discrimination of any kind.
Our commitment to vulnerability
Vulnerability is about showing up and being seen. Without it, we can’t be who we really are and experience true healing—as well as new levels of love, belonging, trust, joy, and creativity, to name a few. In our complicated world, we want mindish to always be the one judgment-free place you can truly be yourself. It’s tough to do that when we’re fearful of what people might see or think, or when people around us make us feel unseen or unsafe—which is why we take this commitment seriously and invite our members to do so, too.
To ensure mindish remains a safe and inclusive space, we’ve put together a set of rules that we ask our members and guests to comply with, so that everyone is treated with respect, kindness and compassion. Our House Rules apply to everyone who uses our services or visits our clinics, regardless of whether they are a member or not.