Challenge your perceptions and explore the narratives we hold about nature.
This is a live presentation. Register here for the Zoom link https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ebInqNttQ_qE07FS6ZdmlQ
Recording available after June 16.
Nature is often seen as a place that is accessible to certain types of people with the appropriate gear and outdoor enthusiasm. Often, we don't realize how the wilderness, nature as we see it, impacts our health physically, emotionally and mentally. This workshop will challenge our perceptions on how we do nature, who does it, how it is done and its impact on individuals. We will explore the narratives we hold about the outdoors and what it means to be one with nature.
Judith Sadora is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Oregon and Nevada. She completed her master's in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently in a Doctoral program for Marriage and Family Therapy. She received further education at Portland State University to provide therapy for the foster care and adoption population. Judith has experience working with individuals, families, couples, and parent/child dynamics, and specializes in working with adoptive families, especially within transracial adoption. She consults with organizations and programs seeking clinical training as it relates to Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. As part of her niche in supporting and leading Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion initiatives in the private pay treatment industry, she is currently Co-Chair of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Program's (NATSAP) Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Judith works continually to find ways to support health and wellness programs for the black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC). She believes in the power of generational health and wealth and that it first begins with addressing and processing historical generational trauma related to oppression inflicted on communities. She is also a supporting staff at the Healing Justice Collective of Central Oregon, an organization that resources culturally based and historically oppressed people in their healing.