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Weinstein, Franken, and Freud - On Men Behaving Badly.

A slice of American culture is in a bit of upheaval. It has taken some time, but it is finally the case, at least for this moment in history, that sexual assault and misconduct is everyone’s problem, not just the women who have endured it. It has become the problem of men because the voices of women now have enough economical and political power to make it hurt; not necessarily because the perpetrators were overcome with insight, guilt, and remorse. (And let’s remember that women in poverty without mobility or privilege, as well as people who are not gender binary, will likely be the last to feel the benefit of this shift, and that the story of male victims also needs to be told. The h

New Year's Reflections...

Happy New Years from MN Trauma Project! We want to extend our deep gratitude for an incredibly rewarding 2017, filled with memorable workshops, two wonderful meditation retreats, and more than anything personal and professional connections formed around a shared mission of helping to bring healing to those suffering from the effects of trauma. In 2017, we had four workshops with presenters including Colin Ross, Janina Fisher, Alex Katehakis, and Robert Muller. We also hosted two meditation retreats with psychologist and Buddhist priest/teacher, Flint Sparks. We ended the year by partnering with Kodiak Recovery to co-sponsor a training in Comprehensive Resource Model, a cutting-edge model

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