Writing Through Trauma With Carolyn Holbrook

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People's Movement Center says
When we experience trauma, we feel alone and unprotected. Whether the trauma is physical or psychological, we often feel shame, believing that what happened is our fault. In this workshop we will learn tools and techniques for using the journal to tap into our innate abilities to help ourselves heal and restore wellness, and to begin to believe that we are not the problem, the problem is the problem.

The purpose of the workshop is to help strengthen our coping skills. It is not intended to replace therapy or other healing work you’re doing. Rather, it is intended to enhance other methods of healing that we are engaged in.

Some types of trauma: Death of a loved one through illness, suicide, murder or natural causes, immigration, domestic violence, rape, divorce, incarceration, police brutality, sexual harassment, mistreatment by an employer or a teacher, absent or aging parents. Trauma can also be historical, caused by genocide, slavery or holocaust.

Registration is required for this event. PMC seeks to hold open events that shift historical patterns meaning we look for events that are majority POCI and queer/trans. Registration is not a guarantee of attendance until you receive a confirmation.

Sliding fee event $10 to $50. Dollars raised will pay Carolyn for her time. No one turned away for lack of funds.
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