Forgiveness – Pillar 2 – Freedom September 5 & 12 – both Cohorts All of us desire freedom. But what kind of freedom are we truly seeking? We all long to be free… Free of pain, free of
Managing Mental Trauma Value and Resilience Meeting 5 – May 30th & June 6, 2021, both cohorts Values, reasons, and resilience are intertwined in many different facets of our life. Over the years, countless studies have demonstrated and proved this
Managing Mental Trauma – Session 1 of 3 The Anatomy of Trauma in the Brain Participants were introduced in a light, simple yet captivating manner to the brain and its role in processing trauma. It is central in the programming
Third meeting of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Building Resilience project – Gender part II – April 11 and 18 – both participating cohorts The second Gender module took us into a deeper discovery and understanding of the 3 platforms of
Second meeting of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Building Resilience project – Gender part I– March 14 and 21 – both participating cohorts The first of two Gender modules took everyone into the exploration of Stop Situations and what instigates the
In the fall of 2019, during a Feminenza discovery mission to the Middle East, we had the privilege to be hosted by the Mar Elias School, and an opportunity to meet Archbishop Elias Chacour, endearingly called “Abuna”– our father, by
“To build peace on desktops”… Is the motto of the Mar Elias High School in Ibillin, a small Arab Village in the Galilee, where Christians and Muslims have lived together peacefully for hundreds of years. Founded by Father Abuna Elias
A LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR YOUNG WOMEN Peekskill High School, New York In the last two decades there has been a growing trend amongst youth in America with regards to two phenomena that seem to appear in conjunction with one other.