How do we emerge as inner healers after surviving all sorts of violence? Speaking from the mythology of her indigenous Amazonian background, Hannah Hennebert will explore the shaman’s individuation path under the perspective of the wounded feminine. Explore a brief history of Shamanism, and discover how it can work today as a decolonial practice in psychotherapy. During this workshop, we will discuss the increase of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic, the possible archetypal background of such violence, and the transformation of the wounded feminine into an inner healer.
Hannah holds a Ph.D. degree in Psychology with concentration in Jungian Studies from Saybrook University, and an M.A. in Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University. She has presented at several conferences in the USA, South America and Europe. Hannah has international experience working with populations in situations of social vulnerability and developed a method to work with Latino populations called C.A.S.A. Dr. Hennebert’s integrative therapeutic approach includes neuroscience and depth psychology, as well as techniques based on Mindfulness.