Elaine Miller-Karas will amplify the message of hope, healing and resiliency she has learned from our world community as she has traversed the globe after human made and natural disasters. Hope often springs forth in response to suffering and trauma. Our beliefs and our wellbeing are being challenged during these unprecedented times.
The program Resiliency Within is about cultivating individual and community resiliency. Resiliency is the capacity to lean into our strengths with compassion during the most challenging of times and to remember what else is true? about our lived experience.
Her guests are inspiring global leaders actively promoting healing and resiliency from a variety of backgrounds. The goal is to spread wellbeing and give individual and community examples to inspire how wellness skills, including ones based upon neuroscience and the biology of the human nervous system, can be integrated into one's life, family and community during challenging times.
Cultivating Resilience and Compassion in K-12 Education
The Dalai Lama and Emory University established the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics.
Organizational Development of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
No person or organization is left untouched by the trauma of institutional racism, transgenerational trauma, historical trauma, discrimination and patriarchal power structures.
Through a Daughter’s Eyes-The Legacy of Medgar Evers
Civil Rights icon Medgar Evers, was assassinated in Jackson, Mississippi on June 12, 1963.
Racial Tragedy and Intergenerational Resiliency
Phil Allen discusses the enduring impact of racial tragedy through the lens of the extreme injustice his family experienced in 1953 when his grandfather, Nathanial Allen, was murdered.
Adversity is not Destiny
How can we support and help our cherished healthcare workers battling the pandemic on the frontlines of their communities? In this episode, two distinguished healthcare leaders will share the anguish COVID has confronted to their professions.
Positive & Adverse Experiences of Childhood: Healing is Possible!
Jane Ellen Stevens, founder and publisher of ACES Connection will discuss Positive and Adverse Experiences of Childhood (PACES) and how these experiences have not only shaped our thinking but our biology.