Facilitators: Hilorie Baer, Kosha Joubert, Bee James; trainees: Jo Hardy, Neema Namadamu, Krijnie Beyen
Only for Women
In this Lab we will be researching the collective trauma that emerges from gender identity, gender injustice and sexual & domestic abuse. In this phase, the Lab will be for women from all continents and all cultural backgrounds (in the future, a mixed Lab on the same topics might be initiated). We will be seeking to feel and ‘presence’ how gender-based trauma shapes our worldviews and institutions, our ways of being and ‘othering’. How do we participate either in the integration or in the perpetuation of this trauma? And what are the ingredients that might make it possible for us to heal together? We will explore these questions through the specific perspectives and experiences that participants bring.
We will be exploring:
- What constitutes the historical background of gender identity?
- What constitutes the historical background to relationships between women and men?
- What constitutes the historical background to gender-based injustice, sexual abuse and domestic abuse?
- How does gender-based trauma influence the construction of identity and the process of ‘othering’ between men & women, women & women, victim & perpetrator?
- How does gender-based trauma influence the development of worldviews and cultural architecture governing the role of women in societies and the current relationships between genders?
- How does our use of language reflect and reinforce the consequences of this trauma?
- How does gender-based trauma show itself in times of crisis (e.g. Covid-19, climate emergencies)?
- Can we collectively create a coherent we-space and a process of witnessing that leads to an integration and eventual healing of this trauma?
- What are the ingredients that help to make this possible?
Participants are asked to commit to
- Be present for the duration of the cycle of the Lab (please see the dates below)
- Be present for introductory calls to basic competencies (or to watch the recordings), especially should you be new to this field of work
- Show up with mindfulness and authenticity and explore questions like: How do I participate in the integration of this trauma and how do I perpetuate it?; How do I participate in othering?
- Ensure to be free from the influence of drugs.
- Assume confidentiality – all personal sharing within this Lab will be kept confidential and names of other participants will not be shared, nor will they be described.
- Assume self-responsibility for our health – this Lab does not provide a space for therapy or treatment.
Max. group size: 60
Frequency and duration of meetings: 3-weekly, 90 mins – dates
Time: Wednesdays 3pm Central European Time (Please check here to find the time in your location)
Dates: Nov 18, Dec 9, Jan 6, Jan 27, Feb 17, March 10, March 31, April 21, May 12, June 2, June 23 2021
Specifically invited: Only women
Is a consultant, coach and psychotherapist with over 25 years’ experience, working with groups, individuals and couples. She has extensive training in traditional psychodynamic therapy, somatic body/mind work, Jungian archetypes and family systems and couples work.Her work focuses on helping people discover, connect to and express their highest potential in all aspects of their life, personal and professional. Hilorie has been working intensively with Thomas Huebl for the past four years and has found the involvement in his teachings and the work emerging from them to be truly transformative for her own life and for her work with clients. Hilorie is originally from New York but has lived for the past 20 years in Israel with her husband and three children.
Kosha Anja Joubert
serves as CEO of the Pocket Project. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an international facilitator, author, coach and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of sustainable development, curriculum development and intercultural collaboration. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to the healing of divides and collective trauma ever since. She has been learning with Thomas Hübl for 15 years. She has served as a host and mentor for almost all of Thomas Hübl’s online courses, co-moderated two of the Celebrate Life Festivals and was a co-host of the 2019 and 2020 Online Summit on Collective Trauma.
Bee has been a certified coach, facilitator and trainer for the creative leadership consultants Olivier Mythodrama for the last 20 years where she is also a Senior Program Director and Director of Community. Much of her work with Mythodrama has been developing and running courses for women leaders. Bee is also a trained Family Constellations practitioner, a Somatic Experience practitioner and is fully trained in PBSP – body based psychotherapy. She has a private therapeutic practice that she runs from her home in Wiltshire UK where she lives with her husband and raised three children. She met Thomas in 2009 and after her training with him in the Timeless Wisdom Training became a member of his assistant team. She was a member of the assistants team on the two year Pocket Project training and Co-moderated the Celebrate Life Festival in Germany in 2018.