we are the mainstream | Authentic Attachment: Parenting and Trauma Healing
we are the mainstream with the generous support of Refugee Art Project present Authentic Attachement: Parenting and Trauma Healing with facilitator Becca De Souza.
This workshop is for anyone who identifies as a Woman or Gender Diverse Person of Colour who has children, works with children or has children in their lives, or is an adult wanting to understand a brief overview of childhood trauma and healing.
This workshop will examine:
- Breaking generational trauma and toxic cycles
- Developing our own Parental Values
- Attachment and authenticity
- Completing the stress cycle
- Ticket includes a light, vegan lunch
Becca De Souza is a Shawnee woman, born and raised on Turtle Island
who now lives on Dharawal Country. She works in birth education and
support while parenting three spicy school aged children. Becca is an
advocate for *more* peaceful parenting as a means of social and family
healing, and has personal experience parenting with a mental illness.
we are the mainstream acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the Wangal people as Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we will meet. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders both past, present and emerging. we are the mainstream is committed to honouring First Nation peoples' unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society. We stand in solidarity with them and will continue to seek their justice through sovereignty.