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Arts Speaker Series - “Trauma Healing at the 9/11 Museum and Beyond”

Arts Speaker Series - “Trauma Healing at the 9/11 Museum and Beyond”

Online
Microsoft Teams

Description:

Ross Laird, Dept. of Creative Writing

Healing from trauma is complex and difficult, as most people know first-hand. Ross Laird is a clinical consultant who specializes in trauma healing, and in this presentation he will discuss the partnership of his research team with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, their work with survivors and family members of those killed on 9/11, and the team's new approach to healing trauma. Additionally, Ross will describe the application of this approach to several other contexts, from cultural institutions to vulnerable communities to universities.

 

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All presentations will take place from 1-2 PM via Microsoft Teams. Please email artsevents@kpu.ca to RSVP to the virtual event. A Microsoft Teams link to the event will be sent to registrants two days prior to the event date.

America/Vancouver Arts Speaker Series - “Trauma Healing at the 9/11 Museum and Beyond” Ross Laird, Dept. of Creative Writing Healing from trauma is complex and difficult, as most people know first-hand. Ross Laird is a clinical consultant who specializes in trauma healing, and in this presentation he will discuss the partnership of his research team with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, their work with survivors and family members of those killed on 9/11, and the team's new approach to healing trauma. Additionally, Ross will describe the application of this approach to several other contexts, from cultural institutions to vulnerable communities to universities.   ***********************   All presentations will take place from 1-2 PM via Microsoft Teams. Please email artsevents@kpu.ca to RSVP to the virtual event. A Microsoft Teams link to the event will be sent to registrants two days prior to the event date. Microsoft Teams Online