Research report on the process of the ‘Collective Trauma & Democracy’ workshop with Thomas Hübl.
How trauma is currently showing up in our leaders and politics.
The urgency for community-wide approaches for “healing in place” & socio-economic impacts of trauma.
How “normalized trauma” challenges our ability to co-regulate and be empowered.
Creating environments of healing and safety in separate racial spaces and then coming together as a whole.
Remaining open-hearted in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic (Mar 14, 2020)