Healers of the Line: Recognizing & Healing Inherited Trauma
THURSDAY 5/9 at 6:00 PM starting with dinner; FREE and CHILD CARE PROVIDED
Cory Johnson Program for Post-Traumatic Healing
We now know that profound suffering can cause changes to genetic expression, potentially leading to someone in a future generation experiencing the symptoms of a trauma (wound) they didn’t actually experience. Effectively, we are connected across generations through our wounds. Moreover, the consequences of the suffering we experience can cause ripple effects to those we live with and around, including our communities. There is much to learn and understand about these inherited traumas (wounds), including how we can address them now and become ‘Healers of the Line’ so that they don’t continue forward into future generations.
THIS NIGHT WILL FOCUS ON A WAY TO CONSIDER YOUR OWN ANCESTRAL HISTORY AND HOW TO WORK WITH A MODEL ADDRESSING INHERITED TRAUMA
Presented by Colleen Sharka, LMHC, Director, Cory Johnson Program for Post-Traumatic Healing.