Resources for "innervening"
A big THANK YOU to all--and there were hundreds of you--who have joined various sessions of the Foundation's May-June "innervention" program, along with the latest (July 19) panel discussion on Legacy Burdens of Racism
Session recordings and tools (and the resource list has more than 30+ items) are posted on the Foundation's program site.
All videos are on the Foundation's YouTube channel (innervention playlist)
. These consist of tips and valuable IFS-anchored resources for educators, parents, and first responders and caregivers (or anyone) to help discover a state of calm and comfort during challenging moments--from meditations and body stretches to language and new-habit-forming techniques.There are even short real-time videos from experiences dealing with illness and looking for solace in nature.
The full Webinar discussion on the Legacy Burdens of Racism
has been recorded and will be made available to the community on the Foundation's platforms as well. Please be on the lookout.
Panelists shared with deep honesty, courage, and vulnerability their feelings and observations as they (and society) deal with issues of White privilege and racial inequity, seeking greater understanding, healing, and capacity to engage meaningfully to bring about sustainable justice for all.