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Virtual Participant Workshop (Cohort 3)

Registration OPEN!

  • Ended
  • 250 US dollars
  • Online - Zoom

Service Description

This 8-session interactive workshop was designed for participants to discuss the crippling and prejudice myths and stigmas that exist in our society, culture, and faith. The author is transparent and shares her turbulent journey of three generations: personal traumatic interruption, their struggles, and their community’s effort to recognize and understand the behaviors that were appearing in their daily life. By participating in the program you are encouraged to bring these ideas and lessons back to your families and communities. Extend a supportive hand to help a friend, colleague, neighbor, or relative seek their healing, whether that means therapy, rediscovering their faith, or some other means of recovering from the disruption of trauma. The facilitator will lead the conversation on emotional wellness as it relates to Black and Brown communities. You will participate in eight sessions: Interruptions, Trauma, Carrying the Weight of Trauma and Getting Help, Homegoing Service, Traumatic Grief, Faith and Spirituality, and Resilience and Emotional Wellness. Each session will include group discussions and personal reflections. For Faith-Based Pricing, please contact us directly to inquire!

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