FREE WEBINAR: Psychological Activism



David Bedrick /

FREE WEBINAR: Psychological Activism

To be a psychological activist is to keep track of what lies in the shadow of our individual and collective psychology. For the individual, that means to become more aware of what we hide and suppress about ourselves, including our power, privilege, and wounds. For the collective, that means to keep track of those that are marginalized as well as those that enjoy greater social power and privilege. As we become more awake about these shadows, we learn to bear witness to how historical abuses still live in the present as well as how they are dismissed and denied or victims are blamed. Doing this heals the shame that wraps itself around these abuses, bringing love, genuine light, and healing to a world hungry for awake people to stand up and be counted. 


In this webinar, David will discuss four central aspects of activism:

1) How to bear witness to aggression and microaggression 

2) How to stand in the fire of being challenged or accused

3) How to make diversity work a fast track to your personal development

4) How to be aware of your power and privilege


WHEN: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 from 7:00-8:15pm MT (9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 6pm Pacific)

COST: Free, open to all

REGISTRATION: REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. David will email you the Zoom Video Conference link to connect with the webinar approximately 20 mins. before the webinar start time.