As the author of a highly regarded book on Intergenerational Trauma and Resiliency, I would welcome any inquiries for speaking engagements, including keynote lectures for relevant conferences. My most recent book, SURVIVOR CAFE: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory, is ideal for general adult audiences and has also been used in numerous academic settings. Interviews with me have been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered" and in The New York Times; you can find out much more about me and my work on my website: www.elizabethrosner.com.
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Hello Elizabeth, I have just purchased your book and read your note here on the ACES board. I have created a body of work intended to support and resource people who are brave enough to face our current and imminent collapse of Earth and Human systems.
I would be honored if you would speak with me on my podcast, The Poetry of Predicament... a YouTube channel. There are countless overlaps between your expertise and the topics I include in all of my offerings.
Much of my coaching work is helping people to process and integrate the global scale trauma that we all face - on top of our individual present and historical experiences.
Thank you for your work.
Please respond using direct email... thank you.
Book: The Impossible Conversation: Choosing reconnection and resilience at the end of business as usual. (2017)
For adults suffering from childhood trauma ACOA Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families is a 12 step program that addresses the shame and abandonment created while growing up in these types of homes.