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Encore Speaker Talks

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These 10 select talks are available for a limited time Encore. Also available during the Encore: Poet conversations, 4 Speaker Talks in Spanish, Musical Performances, and two Event Replays!

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  • Returning to Ourselves After Trauma

    Dr. Gabor Maté

    International Bestselling Author, World-Renowned Speaker, Physician

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    Warning: this important conversation mentions casualties of Vietnam and Iraq wars. Please consider whether this conversation may be disturbing to you. If you anticipate this topic to be too triggering for you to hear about and effectively process on your own, we recommend you choose not to listen.

    Highlights from this session:
    • How to acknowledge and transform the toxic aspects of ourselves and our societies
    • Stress and the mind/body connection
    • The simplicity and complexity of addiction

    “Hostility is energizing, that’s why it’s addictive.” – Dr. Gabor Maté

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    Bonus: 6 Key Questions About Addiction

    Excerpts From The Award-Winning book “In The Realm Of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction”

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    Dr. Gabor Maté

    Gabor Maté (pronunciation: GAH-bor MAH-tay) is a retired physician who, after 20 years of family practice and palliative care experience, worked for over a decade in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side with patients challenged by drug addiction and mental illness. The bestselling author of four books published in thirty languages, Gabor is an internationally renowned speaker highly sought after for his expertise on addiction, trauma, childhood development, and the relationship of stress and illness.

    His book on addiction received the Hubert Evans Prize for literary nonfiction. For his groundbreaking medical work and writing he has been awarded the Order of Canada, his country’s highest civilian distinction, and the Civic Merit Award from his hometown, Vancouver. His books include In the Realm
    of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters With Addiction; When the Body Says No; The Cost of Hidden Stress; Scattered Minds: The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder; and (with Gordon Neufeld) Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers. His next book, They Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness & Healing in a Toxic Culture will be published on September 13, 2022. Learn more at drgabormate.com.

  • Committing to Restorative Justice: Mediating Conflict, Strengthening Community and Repairing Harm

    Dr. Fania Davis

    Founder, Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, Social Justice Activist, Author, Speaker

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    Highlights from this session:
    • Healing through restorative justice
    • Increasing social peace instead of deepening social conflict
    • Stopping the trauma-genic nature of our culture

    “Contained in the story of our origins are the seeds of everything that we become.” – Dr. Fania Davis

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    Bonus: Race, Restorative Justice, and Healing

    A video exploring how we can awaken, repair and re-imagine healing and justice in the context of our racialized society.

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    Dr. Fania Davis

    Dr. Fania E. Davis is a leading national voice on restorative justice. She is a long-time social justice activist, civil rights trial attorney, writer, restorative justice practitioner, and educator with a PhD in Indigenous Knowledge. Coming of age in Birmingham, Alabama during the social ferment of the civil rights era, the murder of two close childhood friends in the 1963 Sunday School bombing crystallized within Fania a passionate commitment to social transformation. For the next decades, she was active in the Civil Rights, Black liberation, women’s, prisoners’, peace, anti-racial violence, economic justice, and anti-apartheid movements. Studying with African indigenous healers catalyzed Fania’s search for healing justice, ultimately leading her to serve as Founding Director of Restorative Justice of Oakland Youth (RJOY) and Co-Founding Board Member of the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ).  Her numerous honors include the Ubuntu award for service to humanity, the Dennis Maloney Award for excellence in Youth Restorative Justice, the Black Feminist Shapeshifters and Waymakers’ Award, the Tikkun (Repair the World) award, the Ella Jo Baker Human Rights Award, and the Ebony POWER 100 award.  The Los Angeles Times named her a New Civil Rights Leader of the 21st Century.

    Fania, who resides in Oakland, California, writes and speaks internationally on restorative justice, racial justice, truth processes, and indigeneity. 

    Among her publications is the Little Book of Race and Restorative Justice: Black Lives, Justice, and U.S. Social Transformation.

  • You Are Not Your Trauma: How Your Spiritual Practice Can Help You Find Your Sense of Identity

    Jack Kornfield, PhD

    Author, Buddhist Practitioner, and Spirit Rock Meditation Center Founding Teacher

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    Warning: this important conversation includes brief mention of genocide in Cambodia, a combat veteran’s account of mistakenly killing a civilian, and brief reference to domestic violence. Please consider whether this conversation may be disturbing to you. If you anticipate this topic to be too triggering for you to hear about and effectively process on your own, we recommend you choose not to listen.

    Highlights from this session:
    • The inseparability of the spiritual and the mundane
    • Shifting identity to consciousness, which is bigger than the reactions in our mind
    • The importance of acknowledging and being witnessed for healing grief and trauma

    “There’s nothing like a close, intimate relationship to stir up anything there that we have uncooked in ourselves.” – Jack Kornfield

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    Bonus: Freedom from Troubled Emotions

    A chapter from the book No Time Like the Present.

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    Jack Kornfield, PhD

    Jack Kornfield, PhD, holds a doctorate in clinical psychology, has trained as a Buddhist monk in the monasteries of Thailand, India, and Burma, and is a founding teacher of the Insight Meditation Society, and the Spirit Rock Center. He is one of the key teachers to introduce mindfulness practice to the west. Jack has taught meditation internationally since 1974. His 14 books include A Path with Heart; A Lamp in the Darkness; After the Ecstasy, The Laundry; The Wise Heart; and No Time Like the Present: Finding Freedom, Love, and Joy Right Where You Are. Learn more at jackkornfield.com.

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  • Highlights from this session:
    • Essential preparatory work before entering into effective collective healing
    • New levels of coherence to bring about opportunities for integration
    • Inner work for therapists to develop self-integration and outer alignment

    “When our exiled parts come forward, if you just start to work with them, it can provide a lot of very deep healing.”

    – Dr. Richard Schwartz
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    Bonus: Chapter 1 from Dr. Schwartz’s New Book

    Read Chapter 1 from his new book No Bad Parts: Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model.

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    Dr. Richard Schwartz

    Richard Schwartz began his career as a family therapist and an academic at the University of Illinois at Chicago. There he discovered that family therapy alone did not achieve full symptom relief and in asking patients why he learned that they were plagued by what they called “parts.” These patients became his teachers as they described how their parts formed networks of inner relationships that resembled the families he had been working with. He also found that as they focused on and, thereby, separated from their parts, they would shift into a state characterized by qualities like curiosity, calm, confidence, and compassion. He called that inner essence the Self and was amazed to find it even in severely diagnosed and traumatized patients. From these explorations, the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model was born in the early 1980s.

    IFS is now evidence-based and has become a widely-used form of psychotherapy, particularly with trauma. It provides a non-pathologizing, optimistic, and empowering perspective and a practical and effective set of techniques for working with individuals, couples, families, and more recently, corporations and classrooms.

    In 2013 Schwartz left the Chicago area and now lives in Brookline, MA where he is on the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Learn more at ifs-institute.com.

  • Collective Trauma Healing in Action: Building a Trauma-Integrating Society

    Thomas Hübl

    Host, Teacher, Author of Healing Collective Trauma, and Founder of the Academy of Inner Science

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    Highlights from this session:
    • Exploring innovations in how to heal collective trauma
    • How collective intelligence can make a difference for individual, ancestral, and collective trauma integration processes
    • Practices to support healing trauma, including the “3-Sync” and the importance of our breath

    “Humility is being born out of the strength to be vulnerable and to bow down, that I always know that there’s certain things I don’t know.” – Thomas Hübl

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    Thomas Hübl 

    Thomas Hübl is a teacher, author, and international facilitator whose lifelong work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has been leading large-scale events and courses that focus on the healing and integration of trauma, with a special focus on the shared history of Israelis and Germans. Over the last decade, he has facilitated dialogue with thousands of people around healing the collective traumas of racism, oppression, colonialism, genocides in the U.S., Israel, Germany, Spain, and Argentina. He has been teaching workshops and presenting trainings for Harvard Medical School since 2019. 

    His non-profit organization, the Pocket Project, works to support the healing of collective trauma throughout the world. He is the author of the book Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds. Learn more online at thomashuebl.com

     

  • Warning: this important conversation includes the topics of war, 9/11, and sexual assault. Please consider whether this conversation may be disturbing to you. If you anticipate this topic to be too triggering for you to hear about and effectively process on your own, we recommend you choose not to listen.

    Highlights from this session:
    • Artistic expression to build moral clarity and listening power
    • The transformative power of human connection
    • The erotic feeling of aliveness

    “How do you maintain a sense of lightness? What is vibrancy, what is tragic optimism, and how does sexuality tie itself into that? This became the essence of my work. I don’t so much write about sexuality, I write about eroticism – what makes people stay alive.”

    – Esther Perel, MA, LMFT
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    Esther Perel, MA, LMFT

    Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author Esther Perel, LMFT is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. Fluent in nine languages, Perel has helmed a therapy practice in New York City for the past 35 years, currently serves on the faculty of The International Trauma Studies Program, and acts as an organizational consultant for Fortune 500 companies around the world. Her celebrated TED Talks have garnered more than 30 million views and her bestselling books Mating in Captivity and The State of Affairs have become global phenomena, translated into nearly 30 languages. Perel is also the host of the popular podcasts Where Should We Begin? and How’s Work? And her latest project is Where Should We Begin – A Game of Stories with Esther Perel. Learn more at EstherPerel.com or by following @EstherPerelOfficial on Instagram.

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  • The Intersection of Neuroscience, Art, and Contemplative Practices for Healing

    Dr. Sará King

    Neuroscientist, Political and Learning Scientist, Speaker, and Founder of MindHeart Consulting

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    Highlights from this session:
    • Art as medicine; learning through artistic modalities
    • The application of yoga and mindfulness for young students of color
    • Beyond social justice and well-being: building a Systems-Based Awareness Map

    “Social justice and wellbeing are one in the same.” – Dr. Sará King

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    Dr. Sará King

    Dr. Sará King is a neuroscientist, political and learning scientist, education philosopher, social-entrepreneur, public speaker, and certified yoga and mindfulness meditation instructor. She has over 20 years of experience as a research scientist and specializes in the study of the relationship between mindfulness, art, complementary alternative medicine, community health, and social justice. She is currently a post-doctoral fellow in Neurology at OHSU (Oregon Health Science University) in the Oregon Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine in Neurological Disorders, a Garrison Institute Fellow and Society for Neuroscience Associate, and a member of Google’s well-being think tank “Vitality Lab”. She is also the founder of MindHeart Consulting, a scientific consulting firm through which she offers up “The Science of Social Justice” framework and the “Systems Based Awareness Map” (SBAM) which she created to explore our capacity to heal intergenerational trauma and promote the well-being of “collective nervous systems”. She is currently partnered with the Museum of Modern Art in N.Y. to bring her applied neuroscience research on the (SBAM) to the world as a part of their “Artful Practice For Well-Being” Initiative. She has been invited to create trauma healing circles, curated meditations, keynote speeches, and scientific lectures for Nike, the Jordan Brand, Google, Mobius, Dr. Dan Siegel’s The Mindsight Institute, UCLA, OHSU, UCSF, Stanford University, and UC Berkeley and Harvard Medical School, among many others. She has been featured in Mindful Magazine, Yoga Journal, Yoga International, and Voyage LA Magazine. Learn more at mindheartconsulting.com.

  • An Indigenous Lens on Psychotherapy as a Soul Healing

    Dr. Eduardo Duran

    Clinical Psychologist

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    Warning: this important conversation includes a brief reference of genocide and biological warfare. Please consider whether this conversation may be disturbing to you. If you anticipate this topic to be too triggering for you to hear about and effectively process on your own, we recommend you choose not to listen.

    Highlights from this session:
    • Protocol for coming into relationship with what is happening now
    • Creating an altar for the present challenge
    • Working with apology and forgiveness for healing of collective trauma

    “In Native ceremony, the idea is not to get rid of anything, is to transform the energy into a healing or blessing energy.” – Dr. Eduardo Duran

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    Bonus: Three In-Depth Articles

    On Indigenous Native American perspectives, theory, and practice in the area of Native psychology.

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    Dr. Eduardo Duran

    Eduardo is a military veteran, psychologist who has been working with Indigenous people’s in understanding and healing intergenerational trauma and the effects of the transmission of trauma. His work is informed by Indigenous theory and practice and his recent book “Healing the Soul Wound” second edition describes his clinical and research methodologies. 

  • Strategies for Healing Attachment Injury and Relational Trauma

    Dr. Diane Poole Heller

    Speaker, Author, and Expert in the Field of Attachment Theory and Trauma Resolution

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    Highlights from this session:
    • Developing the capacity to observe suffering without being overwhelmed
    • Why presence is the #1 most important tool for healers
    • Caregiving styles that cause attachment disruptions

    “Sometimes trauma can happen slowly, like having monoxide poisoning, but generally, it’s too much too soon, too fast. It generates so much energy.” – Dr. Diane Poole Heller

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    Bonus: Attachment Quiz and e-Book

    Find out your adult attachment style and learn more about each style with the “Attachment for Everyone” e-book.

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    Dr. Diane Poole Heller

    Diane Poole Heller, PhD is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and expert in the field of attachment theory and trauma resolution. She developed a signature series on adult attachment called DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning experience) that provides therapists and individuals with the skills and tools they need to facilitate healing from trauma and create more fulfilling adult relationships. In 1989, she began working with Dr. Peter Levine, teaching for 25 years for SEI. She is the author of three books: Crash Course, on auto accident trauma; Healing Your Attachment Wounds: How to Create Deep and Lasting Relationships; and The Power of Attachment: How to Create Deep and Lasting Intimate Relationships. Her film, “Surviving Columbine,” supported community healing after the Columbine high school shootings. Learn more at www.dianepooleheller.com.

  • Highlights from this session:
    • What polyvagal theory teaches us about being human
    • Distilling the essence of safety and the Safe and Sound Protocol
    • How ‘super co-regulators’ can open the portal and heal others

    “I think there’s such a power in understanding and knowing how to get to my own regulated place. And then, understanding when I’ve left regulation and how to get back there.”

    – Deb Dana, LCSW
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    Bonus: Benevolence Meditation

    A brief guided experience of bringing awareness to active, sustained ventral vagal energy in service of healing.

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    Deb Dana, LCSW

    Deb Dana, LCSW is an author, clinician, and consultant specializing in using the lens of Polyvagal Theory to understand and resolve the impact of trauma and create ways of working that honor the role of the autonomic nervous system. She developed the Rhythm of Regulation Clinical Training Series and lectures internationally on ways Polyvagal Theory informs work with trauma survivors. She is a founding member of the Polyvagal Institute, clinical advisor to Khiron Clinics, and an advisor to Unyte.

    Deb’s clinical work published with W.W. Norton includes The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation, Polyvagal Exercises for Safety and Connection: 50 Client Centered Practices, and the Polyvagal Flip Chart. She partners with Sounds True to bring her polyvagal perspective to a general audience through the audio program Befriending Your Nervous System: Looking Through the Lens of Polyvagal Theory and her forthcoming print book Anchored: How to Befriend Your Nervous System Using Polyvagal Theory. Learn more at www.rhytyhmofregulation.com.

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Collective Trauma Summit Hosts

  • Thomas Hübl

    Host, Teacher, Author of Healing Collective Trauma, and Founder of the Academy of Inner Science

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    Thomas Hübl 

    Thomas Hübl is a teacher, author, and international facilitator whose lifelong work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has been leading large-scale events and courses that focus on the healing and integration of trauma, with a special focus on the shared history of Israelis and Germans. Over the last decade, he has facilitated dialogue with thousands of people around healing the collective traumas of racism, oppression, colonialism, genocides in the U.S., Israel, Germany, Spain, and Argentina. He has been teaching workshops and presenting trainings for Harvard Medical School since 2019. 

    His non-profit organization, the Pocket Project, works to support the healing of collective trauma throughout the world. He is the author of the book Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds. Learn more online at www.collectivetraumabook.com and thomashuebl.com

  • Dr. Laura Calderón de la Barca

    Host, Psychotherapist, Cultural Analyst and Collective Healing Researcher

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    Dr. Laura Calderón de la Barca

    Dr. Laura Calderón de la Barca is a psychotherapist, cultural analyst, author and educator. She has a passion for supporting people, individually and as part of a community, to live life to the fullest, and does so through her psychotherapeutic and counselling work with individuals, couples and groups over the last 14 years. She also provides professional training, educational material, research and has offered presentations on various national media in Mexico and Canada. Besides degrees in Literature and Linguistics (BAHons), Discourse Analysis (MA) and Social, Community and Organizational Studies, (PhD, Chaos and complexity theories applied to social healing) Laura holds diplomas as Narrative Therapist (from the Latin American Institute of Family Studies, Mexico City), Anger Management Specialist (with Moose Anger Management in Vancouver, Canada) and Intuitive Integral Psychotherapist and Trainer from the Masters Center for Transformation (Ashland, Oregon). She studies with Thomas Hübl since 2016, graduated from the first Pocket Project training, has participated in the first 2 Collective Trauma Summits as a panelist and then a host, facilitated the Latin-American, Mexican and Colombia Collective Trauma Exploration Labs, and hosts BIPOC spaces in courses offered by Thomas. Beside her PhD thesis, a written psychotherapeutic prototype session for Mexico, she edited a pioneering book on Collective healing with Maurizio Andolfi (The Oaxaca Book, Accademia di Psicoterapia della Famiglia, Roma: 2008), and has been active in the field of collective healing since 2004.

    Learn more here: https://www.terapiaparamexico.com/english/aboutus.html

  • Robin Alfred

    Host, Executive Coach, Facilitator of Transformation Fields, and Purpose Consultant

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    Robin Alfred

    Robin Alfred has been studying with Thomas for over 14 years. He is a Senior Student and has had the honour and delight of serving as a mentor on many of Thomas’s online courses and of being one of the co-hosts of each of the three previous Online Trauma Summits. Robin’s passion is to support individual and collective awakening through the embodiment of the timeless, and yet contemporary, mystical teachings that Thomas offers. He practices this in his work as an executive coach, leadership trainer, event facilitator and organisational consultant, all of which have a global reach. He describes his purpose as ‘the facilitation of transformational and healing fields’ – be this in individuals, groups or organisations. Born into a Jewish family, with refugee grandparents who suffered the trauma of persecution in Russia and Poland, Robin has now lived for 27 years in the Findhorn ecovillage and spiritual community in Scotland and studied with a Sufi master for 6 years before meeting Thomas. Robin is a lover of silence, poetry, nature and all things sustainable.

  • Ruby Mendenhall

    Host, Professor of Sociology and African American Studies; Associate Dean for Diversity and Democratization of Health Innovation

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    Ruby Mendenhall

    Ruby Mendenhall is the Lee Dallenbauch Professor of Sociology, African American Studies, Urban and Regional Planning, Gender and Women’s Studies and Social Work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Ruby is an Associate Dean for Diversity and Democratization of Health Innovation at the Carle Illinois College of Medicine. She is the founder of the Designing Resiliency and Well-being Maker Lab Node at the college of medicine. She is the co-developer of Designing Spaces of Hope: Interiors and Exteriors and the Community Healing and Resistance through Storytelling frameworks. Her research examines Black mothers’ resiliency and spirituality, and how living in racially segregated neighborhoods with high levels of violence affects their mental and physical health. She is currently directing the STEM Illinois Nobel Project, funded by the National Science Foundation, which provides unprecedented access to computer science and the training of Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Citizen/Community Scientists (CSs). Recent grants from the MacArthur Foundation and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will also support work around training CHWs and CSs. She is the co-creator of the Wellness Store, which seeks to create a culture of health. Ruby discusses her vision for healing in her TEDxUIUC talk entitled DREAMing and Designing Spaces of Hope in a “Hidden America”. Website: https://afro.illinois.edu/directory/profile/rubymen

  • Kosha Joubert

    Host, CEO of the Pocket Project, Former CEO of the Global Ecovillage Network

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    Kosha Joubert

    Kosha Anja Joubert serves as CEO of the Pocket Project, dedicated to restoring a fragmented world by addressing and integrating ancestral and collective trauma. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an international facilitator, author, coach and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of sustainable development, community engagement and intercultural collaboration. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to the healing of divides and transformational edge-work ever since. She has authored several books and received the Dadi Janki Award (2017) for engaging spirituality in life and work and the One World Award (2018) for her work in building the Global Ecovillage Network to a worldwide movement reaching out to over 6000 communities on all continents. Learn more here.

  • Dr. Angel Acosta

    Host and Principal Consultant at Acosta Consulting

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    Dr. Angel Acosta

    For the last decade, Dr. Angel Acosta has worked to bridge the fields of leadership, social justice, and mindfulness. With a doctorate degree in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University, Dr. Acosta has supported educational leaders and their students by facilitating leadership trainings, creating pathways to higher education, and designing dynamic learning experiences. His dissertation explored healing-centered education as a promising framework for educational leadership development.

    After participating in the Mind and Life Institute’s Academy for Contemplative Leadership, Dr. Acosta began consulting and developing learning experiences that weave leadership development with conversations about inequality and healing, to support educational leaders through contemplative and restorative practices. As a former trustee for the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, he participated as a speaker and discussant at the Asia Pacific Forum on Holistic Education in Kyoto, Japan. He continues to consult for organizations like the NYC Department of Education, UNICEF, Columbia University and others. Over the last couple of years, he has designed the Contemplating 400 Years of Inequality Experience–a contemplative journey to understand structural inequality. He’s a proud member of the 400 Years of Inequality Project, based at the New School. Learn more at www.drangelacosta.com

     

  • Anna Molitor

    Poetry Curator and Host, Somatic Healing Practitioner and Group Facilitator

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    Anna Molitor

    Anna is a somatic healing practitioner, group facilitator, and a lover of poetry and movement arts that open a path toward what is most essential. She has a deep passion for the mystery and precision of individual and collective trauma healing and restoration. Anna’s work is deeply informed by 10 years of study and work with Thomas Hübl, her immersion as an assistant facilitator in Bloodline Healing (an ancestral healing modality), and her study of Somatic Experiencing Trauma Healing. She bows to the poets, myth-tellers, musicians, healers, teachers, dancers, artists and wild creatures who have blessed her path and woven their magic into who she has become. Anna is a senior student of Thomas Hübl and an assistant and mentor for the current Timeless Wisdom Training. She is delighted to serve for the third year as the Collective Trauma Summit Poetry Curator.

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The Pocket Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to healing collective trauma and reducing its effects on our global culture.
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