The Kolo: WCCC Trauma Trainings Heal
The Kolo Self Trauma Care Protocol is a epigenetic methodology informed, intensified and inspired by twenty years of international trauma response and healing with women’s trauma survivors of domestic violence, conflict, crisis, war, genocide, disaster.
FLOURISHING AFTER TRAUMA IS POSSIBLE
ABOUT THE KOLO: WCCC
The Kolo: Women’s Cross-Cultural Collaboration provides trauma-informed care, training and response inspiring survivors to flourish and seize possibilities at their feet after traumatic events, halting the transgenerational cycle of effects by traumatization.
When we discover the instructional nature of trauma, we are evolving. Trauma is intensified learning.
Your Support Matters
Can’t attend a training right now? No problem. There are many ways to support The Kolo: WCCC in bringing critical healing trauma care and response to women and girls in a world of ever-increasing violence: inside our homes and communities.
When you donate to The Kolo: WCCC you are supporting women, families and communities on the front-lines of crisis and trauma heal.
Your donation helps us to:
Heal Women’s Trauma
Train-the-Trainer on the Frontlines
Research Intergenerational Trauma
Written accounts of critical trauma and trauma healing events and practices, sorted by theme.
Socks Represent the Earliest of Weavers. Women are the Weavers.
Slavic Wool leggings The 1st pair of socks recorded [...read more]
Intensified Learning- Oral Memory Traditions: Trauma Play Somatic Therapy
Intensified Learning- Oral Memory Traditions:Play While the Coalitional [...read more]
Look at the faces of mothers- you will see [...read more]
Maternal Fright and South Slavic Oral Memory Traditions: Biosemiotics, Epigenetics, and Somatic Psychobiology Healing Practices
Abstract: The Slavic term “maternal fright” is carved [...read more]
UN PeaceKeepers Involved in Congo War Atrocities
Congolese woman walks in Benin. The mass rapes in [...read more]
Her political activities define her radical nature
Wahu Kaara and Danica Anderson, Female Solidarity Wahu Kaara, [...read more]