Thérèse Cator

Thérèse Cator

Born in Haiti and raised in New York City, Thérèse Cator is a Mama, Life-long Artist, Leadership Coach, Intuitive Healer and Soul Guide whose work lies at the intersection of leadership, spirituality, reclamation and social change.

She leads healing journeys for womxn who desire to remember and reclaim their whole selves and embody their radical vision for themselves and the world beyond patriarchy and systems of oppression. Her work combines over a decade of experience in coaching, and weaves in breathwork, movement, embodiment, creativity, trance, intuition, storytelling, shadow work, and energy work. She also brings in her education, experience and knowledge in non-profit development, teaching, social justice, business and art.

At the core, her work is rooted in love, liberation and community.

She’s the guide for the Visionary Womxn Mastermind and the online course and community Circle of Reclamation. She’s the founder of Black Girls Breathe where she organizes a global healing day for womxn of color. She’s also the host of the Visionary Womxn Podcast where she along with amazing guests explore sacred medicine for the way we live and lead.

Thérèse comes from a lineage of medicine people, mystics, artists and activists and she’s honored to share the earth-based ancestral wisdom that she’s been practicing since childhood. She holds a BA from NYU and an MFA from Rutgers University.

You’re invited to join her free community for Visionary Womxn to receive weekly medicine to root deeper and rise higher at

Thérèse Cator will be sharing Your Story as Medicine.