Highlights from this session:
The Pocket Project works to restore fragmentation by addressing and integrating individual, ancestral, and collective trauma. In this informative discussion, Thomas Hübl speaks with Pocket Project CEO Kosha Joubert about:
- Developing the tools to go beyond the ‘invisible trauma’ ceilings in our communities and institutions
- How integrating trauma leads to post-traumatic learning, resilience, and prevention
- On-the-ground trauma work being done with universities, research and policy institutions, organizations, climate conventions, and humanitarian crisis areas
The Pocket Project envisions that by integrating collective trauma, we can heal the wounds from the past and shift humanity towards a path of emergence and evolutionary development.