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Ubuntu Afro-Sisters Circle

Creating a safe space for healing with support and love in a circle of black women.

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Ubuntu...I Am Because You Are

"Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu" - a person is a person through other people.


Ubuntu has its roots in humanist African philosophy, where the idea of community is one of the building blocks of society.


We ultimately heal our community by each doing our individual healing work. This is at the core of Ubuntu Afro Sister Circle's philosophy. 


Ubuntu embodies the concept of common humanity, you and I together.

This Program is for Women of African Descent Who Want:

  •  A safe space to connect with other black women

  •  To be  supported by other black women

  •  To learn and incorporate mental health and wellness tools into their lives

  •  To build healthier relationships with family and community

  •  A safe space to explore issues within interracial relationships and friendships

  •  A safe space to share on experiences of racism and micro-aggression in the work place and within the wider community

  •  A space to explore and claim our unique identity as black women of African descent within the Australian narrative

Ubuntu Afro Sister Circle is a Safe Space


This is a group for women over 20 years old.

This is a spiritual group and women of all faiths are welcomed as long as they respect the faith of all women present.

This group is respectful of its members' sexual preference and gender identification.


I am passionate about reducing the stigma of mental health in the African Australian community.

I look forward to embarking on this journey with you, growing together, and embodying the spirit of Ubuntu - "I am because we are".

The next program begins Wednesday 7th February 2024. 

Find out more and book your place below


Sharla-Jannett Cameron

Exec. Digital Media Operations Consultant

There are a lot of things I can say about Faith, and all the ways that she's amazing, but they all pale in comparison to the simple fact that  Faith has, quite simply, helped save my life.

Hawanatu Bangura

Filmmaker & Social Worker

As a black woman in Australia, I never knew I would have another black woman as a therapist. Faith was God sent, she understood my struggles and her collaborative approach empowered me to change my negative internal narrative. Over the two years I have known her, I felt she played a major part toward my healing. I have been part of her group Ubuntu Afro Sisters Circle for over a year now. I always look forward to my session with Faith and the other black women in the group. 

Cherine H.
Founder, Souls In Control

Faith is a trailblazer in the support of women, particularly Women of Colour in Australia and the U.K.She has consistently helped me with my healing and transformation through mothering, mentoring and marvelous support. I thank you Faith - Forever grateful!


to the

Ubuntu Afro Sister Circle Newsletter

and get my latest gratitude affirmation

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