Reclaiming Our Resilience In Times of Traumatic Stress
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We are living in an unprecedented time of individual, collective, and generational trauma. As new wounds trigger old ones, and the pain of systemic trauma cries out for healing, we are being called to re-examine what it means to be human. And to redefine healing and resilience as practices of profound connection to ourselves and others.
In this 60-minute workshop, we will explore the impact of traumatic stress on our physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being - at the individual and collective level, and learn foundational tools for cultivating resilience in difficult times.
Instructor: Amy Paulson, founder of Gratitude Alliance Amy is a mental health and healing advocate, facilitator, writer, speaker, and co-founder of Gratitude Alliance, a global non-profit that helps communities around the world break generational cycles of trauma and harm. A survivor of child sexual abuse and generational gender violence, Amy is passionate about de-stigmatizing and de-pathologizing trauma and advocating for individuals, communities, and institutions to embrace healing as a universal human right.
Host: Aaron Kahlow, Founder, Society for Social Health & Well-Being and Conscious Circles.org A Social Wellness Advocate, committed to helping all of us find meaningful connection to self, other and community.