About Hala

I have been a student of life for as long as I can remember. Being forced to leave my birthplace of Lebanon at age 3 because of war has shaped me and embedded in me a deep commitment to healing trauma as a means to peace, both internal and external. I am optimistic about the future, and I truly believe in our innate capacity to heal and build a loving community. As we move through our past traumas and challenges, we free ourselves up to be truly present rather than unconsciously repeating our past. The more resilient we get, the more creative we can be and the more joyful and meaningful our life becomes. I think this work needs to be done on a personal level as well as a collective one. Our liberation is bound; acknowledging our shared humanity and working towards caring for each other is the most important work we can do! Learn more

Upcoming Trainings

Pacific Southwest MHTTC: New Year, New Approaches to Anxiety (4-part series)

January 11, 2022 - February 1, 2022
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Parenting & Caregiving Someone with Anxiety: workshop and support circle

January 28, 2022
ONLINE

Introduction to Trauma-Informed Yoga and Somatic Practices

February 7, 2022 - February 11, 2022
ONLINE

Collective Resilience: Trauma & Embodied Social Justice

April 28, 2022 - May 1, 2022
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