In this webinar, you’ll learn about how historical, intergenerational and racialized trauma are held in the body, and how to work with these forms of trauma personally as well as when they arise in the workplace.
Learn about the relationship between trauma in general and racialized and intergenerational trauma, and how these play out in the workplace.
How to work with nervous system activation (i.e. triggering) when it arises in the context of power dynamics and polarizing conversations related to diversity, equity and inclusion issues.
Practise skills for holding healthy boundaries along with learning new ways of listening and engaging in conversations about race and intersectional oppression.
Contact: Melissa Minter
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