Child-rearing That Does Not Traumatize - Science and Nonduality (SAND)

Child-rearing That Does Not Traumatize

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This talk explores:

  • What are the irreducible needs of young humans healthy development?
  • Contrast between our species’ wellness-promoting pathways and the trauma-inducing systems of the dominant culture
  • Promoting interpersonal and intrapersonal thriving in the face of a stressful culture

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A SAND Conversation with Aboriginal elders and authors

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