WELCOME TO THE POCKET PROJECT

The Pocket Project is a global initiative that aims to restore the fragmentation in individuals, communities and societies by addressing and supporting the integration of collective and intergenerational trauma. We envision that by integrating collective trauma, we can heal the wounds from the past and shift humanity towards a path of emergence and evolutionary development.

 

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OUR LATEST PROJECTS

COLLECTIVE TRAUMA SUMMIT

Art, neuroscience, and indigenous wisdom… a truly inter-disciplinary look at collective trauma and collective healing. Join us for 40+ talks and 8+ live events in the free Collective Trauma Online Summit. More info

NEW BOOK

A comprehensive guide to understanding and addressing collective trauma by Thomas Hübl. More info

SUMMIT SCHOLARSHIPS

This year, the Pocket Project is sponsoring 150 scholarship packages of the Collective Trauma Online Summit. This project is now closed. We will soon open a next round for scholarships for Thomas Hübl’s upcoming Collective Trauma Training. Please sign up for our newsletter if you want to make sure to be informed.

WEBINARS

Get access to the video replays of 3 powerful online events and join us in exploring how collective trauma surfaces in times of stress and how we can heal it. More info

The Pocket Project explores how collective trauma shapes our lives – as all-pervasive as the air that we breathe. Symptoms arise constantly, yet their origin often remains unrecognised and unaddressed. We aim to change this by cultivating trauma-informed conversations and increasing our witnessing capacity. This autumn, our first series of International Labs for the exploration of specific collective fields of trauma is going online. Apply to join us for this journey here.

LATEST VIDEOS

VIDEO: Building Community Coherence and Resilience

Topics of this talk: What does it mean to create community coherence? How can an individual or group leverage adversity to consciously build more resilience? How can we increase our relational capacity to self-regulate? How can we create coherent collective fields...