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You Can Make a Difference

Get Involved

Your support is important to our work at Time Of Butterflies. There are many ways you can contribute towards our causes, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfill our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to do some good.

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Make a Donation

Make A True Change

Nuestra organización siempre aprecia la generosidad y la participación de personas como usted, y cada contribución se destina a hacer de Time Of Butterflies una organización sin fines de lucro aún mejor de lo que ya es.  Queremos brindarle la información correcta y apropiada relacionada con su modo de soporte, así que no dude en contactarnos con sus preguntas.

KEY People

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Giselle Bonilla

Clinical Director and Founder

 Giselle Bonilla founded Time Of Butterflies with her sister Kat Bonilla, to provide support and services for women of color who have experienced abuse and/or other trauma. Giselle obtained her bachelors in Psychology from Providence College and her masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Specialization in Expressive Arts Therapy from Lesley University. Her expressive arts therapy capstone thesis focused on therapy work with survivors of abuse. The title of her thesis is "Healing the Body through Awareness, and Expression: The Polyvagal Theory and the Expressive Arts in Therapy with Women Who Have Been Abused." Giselle is certified in Reiki, Reflexology, and Trauma-Informed Yoga. Giselle believes that the mind and the body are strongly connected and that they need each other in order to heal. She is currently a Mental Health Clinician/ Expressive Arts Therapist at Italian Home for Children and does Outpatient Individual Therapy as well as In Home Therapy.