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The Brain Story Summer Series-TRAUMA & THE BRAIN with ELDER KERRIE MOORE

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Ontario, Canada
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Tuesdays this summer, we're pleased to invite you to continue your journey with The Brain Story.  For three weeks we'll be replaying presentations from Dr. Nicole Sherren, Dr. Jean Clinton and Elder Kerrie Moore.  Then, we'll present a panel discussion with guests from Alberta and Ontario who have mobilized the Brain Story teachings in their community and end with a "Moving to Action in Waterloo Region" strategizing session.


Tuesday, August 18th

Elder Kerrie Moore will speak about the brain and intergenerational trauma. This includes, the effects of toxic stress and how it can lead to trauma, how epigenetics plays a role in intergenerational trauma, why culture identity is important for resilience, and more.


Sign up to participate in some or all of the summer series HERE. 

Name: The Brain Story Summer Series-TRAUMA & THE BRAIN with ELDER KERRIE MOORE
Price: Free
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Ontario, Canada
Date: Tuesday August 18, 2020 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Categories: Community Event