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Inner Field Trip

30 Days of Personal Exploration, Collective Liberation, and Generational Healing

Published by Row House Publishing
Distributed by Simon & Schuster



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About The Book

“Combining the powerfully creative tools of journaling and expressive arts, the Inner Field Trip is a must have book for anyone who wants to become a good ancestor. Carry it with you wherever you go.” — Layla F. Saad, New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author of Me and White Supremacy

A powerful 30-day workbook journey intended to help the reader lovingly confront their inner oppressor and come to terms with their own internalized biases.

Based on mental wellness advocate and writer Leesa Renee Hall's longstanding work, Inner Field Trip provides a user-friendly, nonjudgmental, and introspective template for exploring our inner biases about race and other forms of inequity. The cornerstone of Hall's model involves confronting one's "Inner Oppressor."

The Inner Oppressor is a manifestation of internalized cultural messages that drive us to judge others but also works to sabotage our own needs. This 30-day program in workbook form takes readers—who become active participants in the experience—on a deep dive from which they will emerge changed.

About The Author

Leesa Renée Hall is a mental health advocate and founder of Inner Field Trip®, a community helping Highly Sensitive, Highly Perceptive, Deep Feeling and Neurodivergent people explore unconscious biases so they protect their energy, be on the side of justice, and become better ancestors. After a blog post she authored went viral, Leesa left an award-winning career in technology to focus on her passion - studying human behaviour. As a counselling psychology graduate student, Leesa uses evidence based methods, such as play, music, expressive arts, and reflective journaling to help her clients meet their Inner Oppressor so they decolonize and deconstruct while enhancing their self-awareness and self-compassion. Her advice has been featured in The Guardian and American Express OPEN, along with television, radio and podcast appearances. You can find out more about Leesa and the Inner Field Trip® community by going to

Product Details

  • Publisher: Row House Publishing (November 7, 2023)
  • Length: 208 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781955905299

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Raves and Reviews

Inner Field Trip feels like an inner balm, consensual hug, and journal entry mixed with the glee of childhood books where we get to be the star of a story! We are the lucky ones that get to dig into the goodness Leesa has structured for us. From embodying your ancestor-ness to your identities to offering lists of the supplies needed—this workbook is soothing and brilliant.

– Dr. Jennifer Mullan, author of Decolonizing Therapy

In a world steeped in urgency, this book is a breath of fresh air. Inner Field Trip calls us into a journey of reflection, inviting us all to be better ancestors. Through Leesa’s words, we are invited to face our inherent biases, transform them from the inside out, and move towards sustainable change. This book is a catalyst for these times—profound, moving and rooted in care.

– Asha Frost, Indigenous healer and bestselling author of You Are the Medicine

A rigourously gentle and comprehensive guide to explore your inner landscape of unconscious biases. Leesa Renée Hall guides readers on a worthwhile quest to find not only their own freedom, but collective liberation for us all. Through helping us meet and understand our Inner Oppressor, she helps us heal our humanity. Combining the powerfully creative tools of journaling and expressive arts, the Inner Field Trip is a must have book for anyone who wants to become a good ancestor. Carry it with you wherever you go.

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