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Napa Valley Resilience Workshop: Moving Through and Beyond Trauma
Thursday, November 21 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Napa Valley Resilience Group and Lincoln Theater invite you to a FREE workshop for community-wide healing and resiliency-building. Recent events have taken a toll on us all in Napa County, including wildfires, the loss of treasured community members to gun violence, suicide and tragic accidents, and fears of immigrant family separations.
Join Napa Valley community leaders for a free workshop that will help us move through and beyond trauma and take an important step toward becoming a more resilient, self-healing and inclusive Napa Valley.
The workshop will be led by the internationally acclaimed Center for Mind-Body Medicine, with Founder and Executive Director James S. Gordon, MD, psychiatrist and world leader in healing population-wide psychological trauma. Dr. Gordon’s model translates easily across cultures and has been warmly received by countries devastated by war—and in U.S. communities facing climate-related disasters, school shootings, intergenerational trauma, and most recently those affected by wildfires in Sonoma, Shasta, Trinity and Butte counties.
Space is limited and registration is required, so reserve your spot now! Spanish translation headsets available.
For more information please contact Debbie Alter-Starr, Event Coordinator (707-480-7436).
The conversation will continue with a second community event with Dr. James S. Gordon! Join Dr. Gordon and the broader community later that evening for a discussion on his work and new book. Ticket sales will fund the Napa Valley Resilience Group’s work to bring CMBM’s model to our community.
Purchase tickets for the Evening Program HERE