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Dreaming To Heal From Racism | March 19, 2016

A Workshop for people of color of all identities to affirm and expand a sense of belonging and well-being in the spaces we inhabit. By tapping into our capacity to dream and remember our connection with the land and our bodies, we will move toward healing from racism and the cumulative effects of everyday racial micro aggressions and implicit bias.


Learning Objectives:


  • Become aware of your creativity and resources for healing the everyday reality of racism in your life.
  • Identify and shift survival response patterns and increase awareness of pain carried in your body.
  • Learn how to tap into dreams and imagination to create new path ways that support your physical, psychological, relational and spiritual capacity when confronted with racism and discrimination. 



Conflict Facilitation and Organizational ChangeJennifer Kleskie, M.A. 

Jennifer Kleskie holds a Diploma in Process Work, a Master’s degree in Conflict Facilitation and Organizational Change, and serves as faculty member at the Process Work Institute of Portland. She coaches, mentors and consults both internationally and through her private practice in Portland, Oregon. Conscious of the impact of racism at a very young age, Jennifer has dedicated her life and work towards helping people and systems transform and transcend cycles of violence and oppression. 


certified in critical incident stress debriefingMariann Hyland, J.D., M.S.W.

Mariann earned her M.S.W. from Portland State University and her J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law. She is certified in critical incident stress debriefing and is the co-creator of Driving While Black – The App, a mobile phone application that helps people address racial profiling during traffic stops. Her experience includes serving as the Director of Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity at Oregon Health & Science University and as Director of Diversity & Inclusion at the Oregon State Bar.


licensed family therapist, counselorPilar Hernandez-Wolfe, Ph.D.

Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in the Counseling Department at Lewis & Clark College. She is a licensed family therapist and counselor, clinical supervisor, and maintains a private practice at All My Relations Counseling. She is an international consultant and trainer in the areas of equity, trauma, resilience, clinical supervision, and the animal human bond. 




Workshop: Dreaming To Heal From Racism


When: March 19, 2016 / 9am to 5pm


Cost: $175.00 Regular Admission / $75.00 Students


Location: Process Work Institute, 2049 NW Hoyt St #1, Portland, OR 97209


Register: You will be directed to our PayPal site “Empowerment Coaching & Consulting” where you will be able to purchase a ticket.

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