Healing collective trauma starts with understanding intergenerational transmission. Dr. Corey J. Henderson is a qualitative researcher with a background in communications, social justice, diversity and inclusion, community development, and organizational leadership. Dr. Henderson uses his experiences to understand the influences of historical trauma on the health of subjugated populations.
All people deserve prosperity, happiness, and safety. Understanding the influences of historical trauma on the lives and behaviors of people is the start to healing. Let's acknowledge the pain and call out the source to start healing collective trauma.
“Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced,” wrote the late James Baldwin.
So let's start by facing the historical and the associated trauma. Download the resources and start educating yourself and others.
Watch the screening about the Lynching of Howard Cooper and listen to this previously recorded discussion about Historical Trauma and Healing. Different perspectives are important in healing.
We help you communicate clearly to the people you serve. We help you avoid injuring people that have experienced historical trauma, intergenerational transmission, and that seek healing collective trauma.
Exodus 18:17-22 Jethro Visits Moses and Informs Him that What Moses is Doing Is Not Good. What must we do to lighten our load?