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Fri, Apr 9, 2021

6 PM – 7 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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All are invited to this workshop with Quanita Hailey '14.

Healing is often framed as a destination or a place or arrival. I argue that healing is on a continuum and something that, outside of the medical world, does not have a final destination. How can we engage healing through a different lens so it does not feel like a failure when we are not well? What are the things that are needed to move you through difficult emotions towards healing and being well?

This session will raise this topic and survey what healing means to the students. We will explore the various ways that people understand healing and wellness.

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Quanita Hailey

Quanita Hailey is an alum of Mount Holyoke college and Union Theological Seminary where she received her Master of Divinity with a focus in Womanist Queer Ethics. She is the founder of the Women of Color Trailblazers Leadership Conference at Mount Holyoke College. Lovingly, nick-named Q, she serves as a current Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) Anton Boisen Scholar and a Full-time Staff Chaplain at New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist hospital (NYPBMH). At Methodist, Q serves on several board committees including diversity, inclusion and belonging, the LGBTQ task force and the Pastoral Care committee.

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