11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join us for a session on Wednesday, Nov. 15th from 11am-1pm ET on the importance of understanding intergenerational trauma, addressing it as a pathway to social change and practices we can use to heal. This program will be co-facilitated by The Wellbeing Project and Healing by Choice!
The Wellbeing Project will share:
- What intergenerational trauma is and how it affects changemakers, organizations and our larger communities
- Uplift how addressing trauma can be a pathway for social change.
- Some of the findings from their upcoming report which will explore intergenerational trauma.
- How we must recognize intergenerational trauma as a widespread challenge to achieving well-being at scale, which requires ongoing attention and healing in different forms for different experiences.
Healing by Choice! will share:
- The importance of healing through the healing justice framework.
- Examples of their work in the community.
- Lead participants through a few self-care and community care practices.
This session is inspired and informed by the findings of The Wellbeing Project and Georgetown University, who together launched the Being and Transforming Think Tank. The intention behind this work is to explore the relationship between the inner self and the outer world so that an inner wellbeing orientation informs the social change sector’s thinking and work, including educating the next generation of changemakers. One of the two focus areas for this work is intergenerational trauma.
Sign-up below to engage in this meaningful session on intergenerational trauma and healing and how it affects our individual and collective wellbeing.