I’ll be in San Francisco April 21 and 22 for two full, rich days of ConverZations That Matter. My friend and colleague Belvie Rooks hosts this ongoing series of converZations that invite us to reach more deeply into issues that matter, into our hearts, and into our connections with others in order to understand, acknowledge, and heal the wounds of intergenerational trauma.

Thursday evening, April 21, at 7:00pm, Dr. Joy DeGruy will discuss the theories in her powerful book, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome at the First Unitarian Universalist Church (1187 Franklin Street).

On Friday, April 22, 10:00am – 3:00pm, I will join Belvie and Dr. Dan Booth Cohen in leading the workshop on the intergenerational trauma and models of healing in connection with the legacy of slavery. I look forward to learning more about Dan’s use of Constellations in this healing work.

I hope to see many of my Bay Area friends at one or both events. It looks to be an enlightening and powerful couple of days.