Category: Collective Trauma

The Anatomy of Inaction – Climate Complexity Change

The Anatomy of Inaction – Climate Complexity Change

As a world we stand at a crossroads: resolve our current crises, including the climate, either through innovation, or repeat the past. For us to actualize the abundance of innovative ideas and resources available to solve our urgent climate challenges, we must commit first to sustaining the living organisms closest to home: ourselves. Article published in “Climate Complexity Change”, unpsychology magazine, Issue 7, Spring 2021

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Harvard University Workshops with Thomas Hübl

Harvard University Workshops with Thomas Hübl

We’ve all been born into collective trauma; our work is to integrate these unhealed wounds which chronically impact our emotions, minds and bodies. That was one of the takeaways of a recent virtual workshop series Thomas led at Harvard University which focused on building resilience through self-regulation, co-regulation and group coherence. Approximately 50 attendees, including faculty, researchers, clinicians and staff from Harvard schools and affiliated hospitals took part.

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