#164: Mapping Collective Trauma with Thomas Hübl
Today’s conversation may be one of my favorites to date, and I’m hoping you feel the same. Thomas Hübl illuminates the ways that collective trauma can and will show up in our practices, not only for those we serve, but also within ourselves as practitioners. It’s my belief that as healers we have a job and a calling that includes our own healing journey and the recognition of the ways in which we carry collective trauma. This episode brings that to the forefront of our minds, hearts and spirits, and Thomas is the most gracious messenger.
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