I provide trainings for non-profits, small businesses, collectives, and other groups. With over twenty years of experience facilitating workshops, I tailor trainings to meet the needs of each group.
Current Trainings Offered:
Trainings are offered on a regular basis through my office. You can also set up an in-service for your group or organization. Trainings are available on a sliding scale.
Boundary Setting, Self-Care & Social Change: The workshop offers practical skills grounded in anti-oppression analysis. Participants practice boundary setting strategies while attending to larger social and political contexts that deeply inform how we take care of ourselves.
Building Bridges between Self-Care & Radical Social Change: By linking boundary setting and cultural organizing, the workshop highlights the centrality of culture to radical social movements’ imaginations of liberation. It considers the profound impact art, music and culture have on how people and communities heal from violence, resist oppression, and work towards social justice.
Cultivating Resiliency - A 4-week Skills building Series
Thursday evenings 6:30-8:30
Fall session: Sept 26th-Oct 17th 2013
Columbia City Church of Hope
This 4-week series will focus on developing skills and tools for moving through distressing and overwhelming emotions. With a focus on mindfulness and building our inherent resiliency, participants will explore ways to manage triggers, regulate emotions and develop self-care strategies.
The series is focused on individual skill development within a framework that acknowledges the complexities of oppression, power and privilege and is grounded in politicized healing work.
Cost: $150/ 4 week series, choice of fall or winter series
New! 8 hours of CEU’s available for social workers and mental health counselors.
To register or for more information please contact:
About the facilitators Jed Lin MSW and Cristien Storm LMHC
The facilitators bring extensive experience in community mental health, anti-oppression and anti-violence work rooted in understanding how violence, trauma, abuse and secondary trauma influence the structures of our relationships, our organizations and our progressive movements.