Trauma & Genocidal Events
Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph. D. (USA)
Module 7 of the Online Training in Systemic Trauma Work
-Module of the New Online Training live by Dr. Anngwyn St. Just Ph.D. (USA) on Individual, Family, and Collective Social Systemic Trauma®.
-July 15, 16 and 17, from 12 pm to 3 pm (Arizona time), by Zoom.
-Three hours, three days.
-Spaces for Theory, Systemic Constellations and Q&A.
-Early bird until June 30th.
-In English with simultaneous translation into Spanish
-Enrollment until July 13rd
Transgenerational consequences of the Holocaust and other genocidal events. A systemic approach to curing our collective traumas. While it is a fact that man's inhumanity to man is ancient and ongoing, it is also true that our individual, family, and collective traumas can heal. We believe it is important to recognize that genocide is among what Bert Hellinger called the "Forces Majeure" that shape the lives of individuals, families, communities and entire nations. Denial, cover-ups, minimization, and blaming of victims only serve to perpetuate continuous cycles of the victim / offender dynamic. Recent research in the study of epigenetics reveals that the symptoms of an unresolved trauma are in fact transmitted, through DNA, to at least 7 generations of descendants.