When Friday April 12, 2013 (68 days ago)
Dates: April 12-13, 2013
This two-day training will provide tools for analyzing the legacies and aftermath of historical trauma, and will examine the beliefs, narratives and structures that perpetuate that trauma. The seminar will cover strategies and practices for addressing historical trauma including facing history, making connections, healing wounds, and taking action.
The training will include:
-An overview of the theoretical underpinnings of the HHH framework
-Examples of HHH practices in a number of different settings
-Opportunities for participants to work with their own case studies to analyze and create a healing approach specific to their contexts.
Healing Historical Harms will take place on the campus of Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Va. and will be facilitated by David Anderson Hooker. CEUs will also be available.
Intended Audience General Public
Phone # 540.432.4651