Sunday, October 9, 2022 at 6:00 PM EDT
Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT

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Dr. Sabrina N'Diaye

As therapists, we are uniquely poised to facilitate internal and external conversations around racism, misogyny, immigration, sexual assault, religious persecution, and the reality of war.  We are also blessed with the skills to shift these uncomfortable conversations from those that breed separation to those that build trust and re-connection.

This course begins with the premise that peacebuilding is a multi-faceted approach to changing relationships between individuals and groups. It begins with a shift in our internal dialogue and perceptions. Peacebuilding serves as the perfect opportunity for each of us to achieve the innate goal of connection, as a pathway to achieving the higher spiritual goals of love, empathy, healing and forgiveness.

Through exploring fundamental questions of meaning, purpose, and desire, participants are encouraged to find space for spirituality and peacebuilding in both their clinical work and their personal development.

Join Dr. Sabrina on a journey of self-reflection, re-direction, and renewed mission.  Through our time together, we will:


  1. Understand peacebuilding as an essential therapeutic tool.
  2. Teach clients to incorporate mirroring, curiosity, empathy, and validation into their relationships.
  3. Assess our own clinical leadership style.
  4. Learn to quiet the inner voice that may diminish our capacity to show up as allies for the underserved.
  5. Experience sacred moments of retreat, renewal, self-reflection, and growth.