Join us for a series of interdisciplinary
conversations about some of the most important
questions of our time.

Growing a trauma-informed culture is a fundamental value in today’s world. By slowing down and opening our nervous systems to reflection and integration, we allow the wounds of the past to come to the surface and be seen and healed. The Pocket Project is offering a series of Regenerative Masterclasses – specialized expert-led workshops on a range of topics and evidence-based approaches. These conversations provide sanctuaries for shared healing experiences and empower you with the necessary skills and tools for global collective restoration. Let’s restore, renew, and revitalize our lives, organizations and communities together!

Join us for our next Masterclass: ‘BOOK LAUNCH - CLIMATE, PSYCHOLOGY & CHANGE’ on June 18, 2024 with Thomas Hübl, Bayo Akomolafe, Nora Batesone, Francis Weller, Steffi Bednarek, Caroline Lucas, James Vaccaro, Deepa Mirchandani & Kosha Joubert.

In an effort to step out of the familiar echo chambers, we bring the ideas of the book into contact and relationship with an interdisciplinary group of professionals to cross-fertilise each other.

Current Masterclass


We can no longer think of therapeutic practice as bringing clients back to baseline “normal”when our normal is profoundly unwell. Instead, we need to evolve therapy.
Within Western paradigms, psychotherapy is seen as a way to bring a distressed person ack within the realm of the familiar. But our collective “familiar” is fragile, built on dominant norms that accelerate global destruction, extract from our communities, and erode our futures.
Explore topics like:
Climate, Psychology, and Change makes the case for a regenerative disturbance to the familiar thinking of what it means to be human and addresses how our perceptions may need to be widened in order to be able to hold the texture of our complex, paradoxical and interconnected lives in our hearts and minds. Everything is in conversation and relationship.

Climate change is a systemic problem with geophysical, technological, economic, political, and ethical dimensions, among others. The in-depth exploration of our climate crisis from a mental-health perspective, offered in this book, will be an important contribution to an urgently needed dialogue.

The book launch is hosted by Kosha Joubert, Pocket Project CEO. In addition to the above-mentioned topics, the event will:

The in-depth exploration of our climate crisis from a
mental-health perspective, offered in this book, will be an
important contribution to an urgently needed dialogue."


This is more than a book, it is a treasure of radical ideas
and profound insights. It is a book of wisdom! ​​


highlight about facilitators and host

Steffi Bednarek

Steffi Bednarek

Steffi Bednarek is a climate psychology consultant, trauma therapist, writer, public speaker, and event curator at the intersection of climate change, psychology, and ecological thinking. Steffi’s work nurtures psychologically informed climate leadership, collective nervous system regulation, and regenerative action in a time of global upheaval.

Steffi has worked with national governments, the corporate sector, global financial institutions, the sustainability sector, and large NGOs. Her work has been featured in international publications, peer-reviewed academic journals, numerous book chapters, podcasts, and documentaries.


Kosha Joubert

Kosha 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 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.

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Thomas Hübl

Thomas Hübl, PhD, is a renowned teacher, author, and international facilitator who works within the complexity of systems and cultural change, integrating the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has led large-scale events and courses on the healing of collective trauma.

He is the author of Attuned: Practicing Interdependence to Heal Our Trauma—and Our World and Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds. He has served as an advisor and guest faculty for universities and organizations, as a coach for CEOs and organizational leaders, and is currently a visiting scholar at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University.



Bayo Akomolafe

Bayo Akomolafe Ph.D., rooted with the Yoruba people in a more-than-human world, is the father to Alethea Aanya and Kyah Jayden Abayomi, the grateful life-partner to Ije, son and brother. A widely celebrated international speaker, posthumanist thinker, poet, teacher, public intellectual, essayist, and author of two books, These Wilds Beyond our Fences: Letters to My Daughter on Humanity’s Search for Home (North Atlantic Books) and We Will Tell our Own Story: The Lions of Africa Speak, Bayo Akomolafe is the Founder of The Emergence Network, a planet-wide initiative that seeks to convene communities in new ways in response to the critical, civilizational challenges we face as a species. He is host of the post activist course/festival/event, ‘We Will Dance with Mountains.’ He currently lectures at Pacifica Graduate Institute, California. He sits on the Board of many organizations, including Science and Non-Duality (US) and Ancient Futures (Australia).

Nora bateson

Nora Bateson

Nora Bateson is an award-winning filmmaker, research designer, writer, educator, international lecturer, and President of the International Bateson Institute based in Sweden. Her work asks the question, “How can we improve our perception of the complexity we live within so we may improve our interaction with the world?”

She wrote, directed, and produced the documentary An Ecology of Mind, a portrait of Gregory Bateson.

Nora’s work brings the fields of biology, cognition, art, anthropology, psychology, and information technology together into a study of the patterns in ecology of living systems.

Her book, Small Arcs of Larger Circles, released by Triarchy Press, UK, 2016 is a revolutionary personal approach to the study of systems and complexity.

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Francis Weller

Francis Weller is a psychotherapist, writer, and soul activist. He is a master of synthesizing diverse streams of thought from psychology, anthropology, mythology, alchemy, indigenous cultures and poetic traditions. Author of The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief; The Threshold Between Loss and Revelation (with Rashani Réa) and In the Absence of the Ordinary: Essays in a Time of Uncertainty, he has introduced the healing work of ritual to thousands of people. He founded and directs WisdomBridge, an organization that offers educational programs that seek to integrate the wisdom from indigenous cultures with the insights and knowledge gathered from Western poetic, psychological, and spiritual traditions.

Caroline Lucas

Caroline Lucas

As the Green Party’s first MP, Caroline has represented Brighton Pavilion since 2010. She was previously an MEP for 11 years, an Oxfordshire councillor, and elected both as Party Leader and Co-Leader.

She’s Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Climate Change, Co-Chair of the Parliamentary groups on Limits to Growth and the Green New Deal, and active in the Refugees and Drug Reform APPGs, alongside serving on Parliament’s Environmental Audit Select Committee.

Caroline is one of the Environment Agency’s Top 100 Eco-Heroes of all time and in 2015 published Honourable Friends: Parliament and the fight for change.  Her new book, Another England: How to Reclaim Our National Story was published by Hutchinson Heinemann in April.

Deepa Mirchandani

Deepa Mirchandani

Deepa Mirchandani is committed to creating meaningful socio-economic and environmental change in the world, and for more than 20 years, she’s worked as a campaigner for human rights and international development, a strategic advisor to multinationals, and a champion for social entrepreneurs. Her intersectional lens comes from her experience of working across markets, sectors, and issues, coupled with helping set up a social investment fund in India and as the recent COO of the global network of social entrepreneurs Catalyst 2030, she helped operationalise the distributed network for accelerating collaborative systems change. She is founder of the consultancy practice Deep & Meaningful, through which she supports the transition to regenerative organisations, systems, and practices.

James Vaccaro

James Vaccaro

James Vaccaro is CEO of, supporting organisations and their stakeholders in effective ecosystem innovation and strategy for sustainability transformation. He is the Chief Catalyst of the Climate Safe Lending Network – a multistakeholder initiative to catalyse the decarbonisation of the banking sector. Through RePattern, James is a strategy advisor to a number of regenerative agriculture-tech companies and has led the development of the WWF Nature-based Solutions Accelerator. James was previously Group Director of Strategy for Triodos Bank – Europe’s leading international sustainable bank and investment manager). In his career at Triodos, James set up and managed the UK investment business comprising corporate finance and crowdfunding services, venture capital fund management and fund distribution.

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Beggining making a difference today


  • What you will get from the exprience
  • the community
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Live Event - July 13-14 @ 18:00 - 20:00 Berlin

We will address the trauma around conflicts & nurture the ‘feminine energy’ in our world. Join us to heal trauma, build peace, and shape the future.


deep performing teams with louise marra

live event - sept. 7 - 8 @ 18:00 - 20:00 Berlin

Receive lifetime access to 40+ expert talks, live panel recordings, mindfulness practices and BONUSES, and be able to watch or listen to them anytime, at home or on-the-go.


Trauma-informed law with Flavia Valgiusti

live event - oct. 5 - 6 @ 18:00 - 20:00 Berlin

Trauma is as all-pervasive as the air that we breathe. Help us to restore the stream of aliveness in our lives and our societies.


Embodiment is the foundation for healing. Without embodiment, we have no instrument to receive the world and to ground the energy of anxiety, fear and trauma. Our body is the instrument that allows the energy to return and become fertile soil for the future.

Embodiment is the foundation for healing. Without embodiment, we have no instrument to receive the world and to ground the energy of anxiety, fear and trauma. Our body is the instrument that allows the energy to return and become fertile soil for the future.


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