Come join Thembi Mashigo and Rozanne Myburgh in this series as we explore race and intergenerational trauma through a multimodal lens. We will be using our bodies, nature and arts to explore this often tricky terrain together.
We feel the work is necessary for understanding, healing and connection.
“I ‘remember’ my parents ‘memories’, I can also ‘remember’ the suffering of others”
(Hirsch, 2001, p. 10).
Tuesday 13th October 2020 and 20th October 2020 4:30 – 7:30
R 700 per person
Lefika La Phodiso, Children’s Memorial Institute
Spaces limited because of Covid19
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About the Race and Intergenerational Trauma series facilitators
Thembelihle Mashigo is a Counselling Psychologist and independent transformation and inclusion facilitator. She is also a practicing African Indigenous healer based in Sundowner, Gauteng. She was trained at the Wits Centre of diversity, to facilitate diversity and inclusion workshops. She has trained other trainers and facilitated various workshops focused on diversity and inclusion within educational and corporate organizations. She has also done presentations on diversity and inclusion for different audiences. She has lectured and supervised master’s students in their counselling practice at Wits University. She was a supervisor at Lefika La Phodiso for the Community Art Counselling students. She trained as a African indigenous healer in 2018; she consults with clients giving spiritual assessments (face to face or telephonically) and gives treatment based on guidance from the ancestors. She coaches and supervises other healers who have recently come into practice. She also writes on healing in an integrated way and gives presentations on African spirituality and healing. Read more about Thembi Mashigo here.
Rozanne Myburgh is an arts therapist specializing in drama therapy, registered through HPCSA (Health Professions Council of South Africa). She is the managing director at Lefika La Phodiso Community Art Counselling and Training Institute. She started working at Lefika La Phodiso in 2016 as the training coordinator, where she was responsible for supervision and training and involved in various national community projects and participatory research interventions. She also facilitates a drama club for adolescents at the centre. From 2020 she is a lecturer in reflective practice and holds the community practice and clinical supervision for the new honours programme at the University of Johannesburg. She has also recently been appointed as a clinical supervisor at the University of Witwatersrand‘s Drama For Life department. After completing her MA in Drama therapy with distinction she spent a year at Ububele Educational and Psychotherapy Trust in Alexandra, Johannesburg. Rozanne is an Expressive Movement facilitator and an accredited Circle of Security Parenting facilitator. Rozanne is involved in facilitating arts-based workshops for Lefika La Phodiso and other organisations. Read more about Rozanne Myburgh here.