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Train the Trainer: Centering Healing - Shared screen with gallery view
Allie & Austin Management LLC
20:50
Dorothy Hood from Allie & Austin Management LLC nonprofit accounting
Susan Howlettt - she/her - Seattle
20:59
Susan Howlett, Consultant to nonprofits on mostly governance and fundraising.
Na'Quel Walker She/Her
22:40
Na’Quel Walker, She/her, Youth Development Executives of King County (YDEKC), Seattle/Duwamish land
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
33:16
Thanks for the inclusiveness of the Humanity Statement.
Laura Pierce (she/her), WA Nonprofits
34:11
I also really like the humanity statement, which seems to call us to be present and bring our best selves to this space.
laura she/her Northwest Harvest
39:59
I unfortunately have to leave at 3 today. I'm sorry I can't stay for the whole session.
Lindsey, EarthCorps (she/her)
54:35
Lovely! My group was so kind and inspirational!
LaKesha (she/her)
54:55
What was that experience
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
56:43
I'd like to see everyone else's faces too.
Laura Pierce (she/her), WA Nonprofits
57:31
My compromise is to slide the bar dividing the slides and faces over so I can see you all and the slides in miniature. :-)
Allie & Austin Management LLC
01:05:28
I apologize to everyone, I have to drop off. This was a very wonderful place to be.
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:06:01
Would connection to one's culture be a part of this section?
Donna Chang (She/her) University of Washington Tacoma
01:08:56
I think healing also creates or opens capacity for new learning or experiences.
LaKesha (she/her)
01:09:25
Yes, Donna! Thank you for naming this.
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
01:10:05
I think acknowledging pain and harm helps people realize they're not alone -- that others feel the same thing, or have had the same experiences.
laura she/her Northwest Harvest
01:17:46
Thank you so much LaKesha! This has been beautiful and refreshing. :) I have to go now.
Alex Panagotacos (she/αυτή/aftí), Washington Nonprofits
01:20:14
I found some of my responses occurred in more than one place
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
01:21:06
Realizing that I often don't make room for my own healing when I'm so focused on others'.
Lindsey, EarthCorps (she/her)
01:21:27
Same Susan!
Alex Panagotacos (she/αυτή/aftí), Washington Nonprofits
01:22:23
Jennifer IS super!
Nora Landri, EarthCorps (she/her)
01:22:50
Made me think that my “roots” are the people in my life that help remind me of the rest of my flower and remind me that I am connected to others when I can’t see that.
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
01:23:17
Nora -- That's so great!
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:23:45
Nora I love that and it highlights our need for connection and community!
Donna Chang (She/her) University of Washington Tacoma
01:23:55
I realized when my flower had only a few petals, perhaps we need to make more space for self care.
Julia Hunter she/her Washington Nonprofits
01:24:13
This was a good reminder to pay more attention to the things make up my roots and not take them for granted
Donna Chang (She/her) University of Washington Tacoma
01:24:43
Julia, I really appreciate your comment about caring for our roots. Thank you!
Julia Hunter she/her Washington Nonprofits
01:25:13
:)
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:26:36
Donna that's one of those things that many of us in the NonProfit world have to remember. To strive for a beautiful and cared for garden of flowers (and having grace with ourselves as we heal)
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:31:22
All of these pieces about centering seem like they require us to slow down a bit to notice those moments of joy and peace
Laura Pierce (she/her), WA Nonprofits
01:36:18
I think that may be my biggest takeaway—build in pauses, stretches and other caring activities. Love the radical analysis of productivity!
Alex Panagotacos (she/αυτή/aftí), Washington Nonprofits
01:43:14
It was a healing process in itself!
Julia Hunter she/her Washington Nonprofits
01:43:44
Brings up some very old memories!
Donna Chang (She/her) University of Washington Tacoma
01:44:11
Looks like embedded power point slides that remind me to pause and check in with our body. Smells like an evergreen forest in summer - the connection with nature.
Susan Howlett - she/her - Seattle
01:45:07
It makes me think of how I construct my speaking engagements so they include these elements.
Alex Panagotacos (she/αυτή/aftí), Washington Nonprofits
01:48:15
Thank you!!
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:48:19
We keep natural elements in spaces or (if on computers) encourage folks to look at nature because it can help re-center our central nervous systems
Nora Landri, EarthCorps (she/her)
01:48:20
Thank you Lakesha!
Lindsey, EarthCorps (she/her)
01:48:21
Thank you so much LaKesha!
Na'Quel Walker She/Her
01:48:35
Thank you LaKesha, this was great! Would love the slides
Donna Chang (She/her) University of Washington Tacoma
01:48:40
Thank you LaKesha! Thank you everyone for sharing.
Laura Pierce (she/her), WA Nonprofits
01:48:42
Thank you. You modeled so many great facilitation practices!
Na'Quel Walker She/Her
01:48:48
^^^^^
Tamarah Lee (She/Her)
01:48:50
Thank you for all of this it was lovely and always needed!
Elizabeth White (she/her), EarthCorps
01:49:02
Thank you so much!
Julia Hunter she/her Washington Nonprofits
01:49:03
Thank you LaKesha!
Nathan Jarvis, Hopelink, he/him
01:49:03
Thank you!