Extraordinary Speaker. Superb Facilitator.
Summer 2015--a time of refocusing on trauma-responsivity in a different way. Of course, there's a garden in the making, where I tend my healing and the earth that sustains me.
One of the areas I think we're missing when we talk about trauma and healing is the powerful relationship between us and the land around us. It holds us up, sustains us with food, brings us the joy of flowers and the pollination by bees--our earth lives and breathes as we do, and when we injure it, we injure ourselves. When I travel, I sometimes grieve the ways in which we treat our mother. Strangely, I think trauma recovery sometimes takes us beyond our selves and into the world to help with healing.
Elizabeth Power, M.Ed.
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