Because I’ve signed up for other FREE online psychology/spirituality conferences, I now receive numerous offers for additional conferences; and this is one I will definitely be registering for as I recognize a few speakers from other summits, etc.
I’ll admit that I am one of the most ‘dangerous of beasts’: an armchair psychologist with no certifications in the field whatsoever—just an intense interest in many of the subjects discussed as it all deals with consciousness in general and how we interpret that individually and collectively.
So if anyone is interested in these subjects, I suggest that you at least go to the registration page shown below and check out the speakers and the subject matter, because there are 70 scheduled speakers and I found numerous subjects of interest to me, particularly the “Healing Our Collective Trauma” session which first caught my eye in the original notice. Here are a few details if you might be interested in this:
“Trauma Super Conference: December 3rd -9th (online FREE if you register for it)
“Have you experienced trauma?
Do you have chronic stress or anxiety and don’t know why?
Exposure to trauma, can have long-term effects on your health and wellbeing.
Join the Trauma Super Conference where we’ll explore the impacts of trauma, share tools and strategies to help support healing, and much more!…”
“What makes this a Super conference?
We are not only bringing together in-depth interviews with 70+ of the world’s top experts in trauma, but we are also offering extra resources, including tools, techniques and practices you can start to help you become aware of your own trauma, understand the impact it has on your daily life, and begin to start the healing process….
- Healing our collective trauma
- Understanding and healing relational trauma
- The relationship between trauma, substance use, and addiction
- Recovering from narcissistic abuse
- Stress and burnout as a symptom of trauma
- The future of psychedelics for healing trauma
- Hip hop as a form of therapy
- Navigating the journey of grief
- The power of functional medicine for healing
- Trauma as a lens to understand cultural mistrust
- And much more…”