Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
10M ago
Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” -Maya Angelou In the United States, there remain countless individual, cultural, historical and systemic factors that complicate the ways in which people experience sexual trauma and their capacity to cope with its aftermath. Eight years ago, our intention was to raise awareness and resources that recognize and heal the imprints of sexual trauma as they arise within the landscape of survivors’ bodies and lives. In ..read more
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The Imprints of Sexual Trauma: How the COVID-19 Pandemic May Trigger Survivors
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
10M ago
The Imprints of Sexual Trauma: How the COVID-19 Pandemic May Trigger Survivors Sexual violence is a trauma to the body with immediate and ongoing physical, mental, and spiritual impacts, many of which have been magnified for survivors in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. As a survivor, an advocate, and a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner who specializes in working with sexual trauma, this current crisis is a difficult reminder of the complex and lifelong imprint trauma leaves on the body and brain. For those working with survivors during this difficult time, it is vital to under ..read more
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Healing Sexual Trauma – Meet Our Teaching Team
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
10M ago
Healing Sexual Trauma – Meet Our Teaching Team The Breathe Network’s online course “Healing Sexual Trauma: A Professional Training in Trauma-Informed Care” will offer you a unique combination of education and training co-facilitated by a team of 20 professionals working in the realms of sexual trauma, anti-sexual violence advocacy, holistic healing and resilience building. This comprehensive course is intended to encompass a wide breadth of information that we believe is vital when it comes to being a resource of safety, support and referrals for sexual trauma survivors. It is geared towards ..read more
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Holding A Healing Space Course Curriculum and Teaching Team
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
We are thrilled to introduce you to the teaching team and curriculum for our course, Holding a Healing Space: A Holistic Training in Supporting Sexual Trauma Survivors that launches December 2021. Within this course, our conversations about individual trauma healing are grounded within the larger context of what sexual trauma survivors navigate directly and indirectly through how our society defines and responds to sexual trauma, and how systemic oppression, historical trauma, and cultural norms combine to shape and influence our experiences of violence, while also determining ..read more
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Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” -Maya Angelou In the United States, there remain countless individual, cultural, historical and systemic factors that complicate the ways in which people experience sexual trauma and their capacity to cope with its aftermath. Eight years ago, our intention was to raise awareness and resources that recognize and heal the imprints of sexual trauma as they arise within the landscape of survivors’ bodies and lives. In ..read more
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The Imprints of Sexual Trauma: How the COVID-19 Pandemic May Trigger Survivors
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
The Imprints of Sexual Trauma: How the COVID-19 Pandemic May Trigger Survivors Sexual violence is a trauma to the body with immediate and ongoing physical, mental, and spiritual impacts, many of which have been magnified for survivors in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. As a survivor, an advocate, and a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner who specializes in working with sexual trauma, this current crisis is a difficult reminder of the complex and lifelong imprint trauma leaves on the body and brain. For those working with survivors during this difficult time, it is vital to under ..read more
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Healing Sexual Trauma – Meet Our Teaching Team
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
Healing Sexual Trauma – Meet Our Teaching Team The Breathe Network’s online course “Healing Sexual Trauma: A Professional Training in Trauma-Informed Care” will offer you a unique combination of education and training co-facilitated by a team of 20 professionals working in the realms of sexual trauma, anti-sexual violence advocacy, holistic healing and resilience building. This comprehensive course is intended to encompass a wide breadth of information that we believe is vital when it comes to being a resource of safety, support and referrals for sexual trauma survivors. It is geared towards ..read more
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Embodied Healing – Meet Our Teaching Team
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
Embodied Healing – Meet Our Teaching Team The Breathe Network’s course, Embodied Healing: Trauma-Informed Yoga and Meditation for Sexual Assault Survivors, is co-taught by a team of 16 instructors, all of whom are seasoned professionals in the realms of trauma, psychology, sexual assault, yoga, and meditation. We have designed this course to be an accessible and empowering way for survivors to embark upon or deepen their healing through sustainable and holistic practices. Within the 8 weeks, you will learn about trauma-informed yoga and meditation from a variety of lenses and instru ..read more
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Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
Embodying Survivor Justice: Centering Black, Indigenous, People of Color Healers and Healing “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” -Maya Angelou In the United States, there remain countless individual, cultural, historical and systemic factors that complicate the ways in which people experience sexual trauma and their capacity to cope with its aftermath. Eight years ago, our intention was to raise awareness and resources that recognize and heal the imprints of sexual trauma as they arise within the landscape of survivors’ bodies and lives. In ..read more
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Bridging Advocacy and Healing through Trauma-Informed Care Education
The Breathe Network
by Molly Harris
1y ago
Bridging Advocacy and Healing through Trauma-Informed Care Education The body of research attesting to the benefits of holistic approaches to healing trauma grows daily. Leaders at the forefront of psychology, trauma resilience and neuroscience recommend integrating mind, body and soul into recovery, as trauma can impact a person’s entire organism, and therefore, their entire inner and outer world. Including the whole person in care, acknowledges and mitigates the spectrum of physical, mental and spiritual health struggles that erupt in the wake of overwhelm, and, can also account f ..read more
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