Collective and intergenerational trauma integration
A humbling journey into the legacy of who we are today.
Our mission is to stop the vicious cycle of recurring collective trauma and ultimately integrate and reduce its effects in our global culture
WE ACHIEVE OUR MISSION BY
- Deepening our understanding of the nature of collective and intergenerational trauma – both universal principles and local particularities
- Bringing together timeless mystical wisdom and the latest scientific and psychological research
- Raising awareness of the multiple effects in our culture of trauma
- Developing the tools and competencies that enable trauma integration
- Training and supporting groups of people worldwide to work with a new effectiveness and sustainability in conflict and trauma situations
- Building cultures of prevention, and reducing the effects of PTSD and the impact of trauma
- Bringing together global trauma experts for conferences and meetings
ONE-YEAR TRAINING PROGRAM
We are pleased to announce that Thomas Hübl will be offering a One-Year Training Program in working with collective trauma and large-scale group events.
The program will begin and end with five-day seminars with Thomas in Israel. In between there will be online classes, as well as mentoring/supervision groups.
The first seminar will be held June 18-22, 2017 in Israel.
The training will be open to professionals wishing to develop their competencies in this area as well as to people with a wider interest.
CURRENT AND FUTURE ACTIVITY
Pocket Project groups have started working in Israel, Germany and South America.
Future plans include:
- Supporting the formation of more international Pocket groups. We will work with these groups online, and from time to time in person
- Holding a 3-day international conference in Israel, hosted/facilitated by Thomas Hübl, which will bring together world experts – psychologists, scientists, geneticists, social scientists
- Creating an “Open Source” document online, to facilitate the development of global collective intelligence regarding trauma. (More information will be provided about this soon)