KARINE BELL

SOMATIC ABOLITIONISM TRAINING

PROGRAM for Therapists & Coaches

with Resmaa Menakem, Karine Bell, Erin 

Trent-Johnson, and Carlin Quinn.

THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THIS OFFERING IS NOW CLOSED.

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COMMUNAL CONSULTATION FOR BLACK BODIES with Resmaa Menakem, 

co-facilitated by Karine Bell.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS OFFERING IS NOW CLOSED.

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Karine Bell

 

Karine Bell is a trauma therapist, somatics educator and abolitionist. A bi-cultural black womxn, she is also a culturally reflexive anthropologist exploring the intersection of where our bodies/psyches/experiences meet our collective histories. 

 

Karine’s current work centers around community building in a virtual community called ROOTED. The heart and soul of ROOTED is building an ecology of care, exploring concepts and embodied technologies that serve personal and communal healing and liberation. 

 

Karine is also mentored by and works with Resmaa Menakem, author of My Grandmother’s Hands, in the field of cultural somatics and somatic abolitionism, which focuses on body-centered healing around the wounds caused by racialized trauma and white-body supremacy.  She combines continued study in somatics with studies in depth psychology with a focus on community, liberation, indigenous and eco-psychologies. 

 

Her work is guided by the loving hands of her ancestral grandmothers, and is dedicated to her children, whose world entrance ignited the fire of her own trauma alchemy; and to her mother, Jean, whose trauma set her on course to want to understand the nature of our disconnection and disembodiment and how we can reconnect to ourselves and to community in relationship with the world.

COMMUNAL CONSULTATION FOR BODIES of CULTURE with Resmaa Menakem, co-facilitated by Karine Bell.

 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS OFFERING IS NOW CLOSED.

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