Holocaust and Genocides in History
Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)
Module 8 of the Posgraduate in Systemic Trauma Work

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-Posgraduate module in Systemic Trauma Work live by Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph.D. (USA) on Individual, Family, and Collective Social Systemic Trauma®.

-August 24, 25 and 26, from 12 pm to 3 pm (time in Arizona), by Zoom.

-Three hours, three days.

 

-Spaces for Theory, Systemic Constellations and Q&A.

 

-Early bird until July 31st

-In English with simultaneous translation into Spanish

-International Certification

-Enrollment until August 24th.

°Module Review:

The desire for annihilation is a force that has run through the history of humanity. The inhumanity of man against man. The Holocaust did not happen by chance, it was an inhumane plan concocted and carried out over time.
What are the signs of a Genocide, the steps leading to the annihilation of a certain human group and its transgenerational consequences?
Genocides in History. Dr. St. Just, Cultural Historian at the University of California and creator of the Work on Collective Systemic Trauma, provides resources for the analysis of these milestones in History, part of the Human Condition and on how to help descendants.