august, 2016

18aug11:00 am2:00 pmHealing from Trauma: Tips & Techniques for Resilience


Event Details

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Please join the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative and Marnita’s Table Tuesday, August 18th 2016 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a feast and exploration of Healing from Trauma: Tips & Techniques for Resilience. This conversation is supported by the Catalyst Initiative of the George Family Foundation.

Expect to be enlivened, engaged and to expand your understanding of integrative healing from trauma. Together we will capitalize on existing energy, make new connections and build momentum as we share an abundant feast. If you are receiving this invitation you have been identified as someone who will add and receive extraordinary value through your participation in this critical conversation. We are specifically seeking a vibrant cross-cultural mix of participants. If you know someone who will add and/or receive extraordinary value through their participation feel free to reach out to someone across race, class, culture or age and invite them to join you! If you have attended Healing from Trauma before, please consider inviting one or two people who have never been that you believe would value this experience.

Our Intentional Social Interaction is an inclusive forum to exchange ideas and build relationships across age, ethnicity and other means of self-identity in order to catalyze positive action toward building community resilience. You will learn actionable ideas about how to improve health outcomes and the latest research on mind/body techniques in a collaborative and collegial environment. Healing from Trauma recognizes that to heal from trauma requires many stakeholders who willingly work together.

A complete feast is served with abundance to allay any dietary concern from vegan to halal to carnivore using the Marnita’s Table model ( of a resource abundant environment where all can eat their fill! You are the guest of the Silos to Circles and the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative and there is no charge to participate. Please dress comfortably.

Resiliency Planning, SRFC & Silos to Circles
The Resiliency Planning Project is a collaborative effort growing out of the Silos to Circles Initiative of Allina Health to get practitioners and resource-holders out of their silos and into community with one another to create better community health outcomes for all. It is a yearlong effort to determine what it looks like to build capacity for resiliency in the context of the suburban Ramsey County community. This project engages community members and practitioners in a series of Lunch & Learn events, leadership lunches, documentary film screenings around trauma-informed approaches in education, and focused conversations as we attempt to collectively establish a responsive, emergent plan for community resilience building and improved health outcomes across Ramsey County.

We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any questions you may call Marnita’s Table at 612.928.7744.


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