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Healing Racialized Trauma

Healing Racialized Trauma

Beginning Oct. 12, 2023


12-3 p.m. daily




Gain a deeper look into the effects of racialized trauma and how it affects all humans.

Date: Beginning Oct. 12, 2023


12-3 p.m. daily


Session dates:

Oct. 12, 2023

Nov. 14, 2023

Dec. 14, 2023

Jan. 18, 2024

Feb. 22, 2024




$50 per participant; Comprehensive Package pricing: $5 per participant

Materials provided

Learn more about the Comprehensive Package and see a list of participating districts here >

Prerequisites: None

CEUs: Teacher CEU 15 hours

Relicensure requirement: Cultural Competency

Learning objectives:

  • Identify the effects of racialized trauma in all people (BIPOC as well as white bodies).

  • Gain a deeper understanding of how historic, familial, and personal experiences impact and inhabit the heart, body, and mind.

  • Explore pathways for healing emotionally and physically.


This course focuses on recognizing and healing racialized trauma by using Resmaa Menakem’s text, “My Grandmother’s Hands”. Explore the intersections of trauma, race, racism, history, and the body. The text and course focus on awareness as well as learning the pathways to mending our hearts and bodies.

About the leader:

Sourcewell consultants Rachel Logan and Lisa Worden will lead this training. Logan is an equity and inclusion consultant for Sourcewell. Worden is an education consultant for Sourcewell specializing in Social and Emotional Learning and Trauma-Informed Care. Both Rachel and Lisa are Nationally Trained SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) Leaders.

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Registration deadline: Oct. 5, 2023

Check-in: 30 minutes prior to event start

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