My primary research centers on the themes of collective trauma and the healing of transgenerational wounding. My dissertation examined several layers of the Irish culture, exploring the evolution of Ireland’s historical trauma and transgenerational wounding, revealing a transformation of that wounding over time. Modern Ireland has emerged as a living symbol of what can be possible for cultures who were once held by the grip of oppression and long-standing conflict. It is a culture is that is continuously evolving, with a dedication to harmony, open dialogue and equality of all citizens.
Utilizing the findings of my thesis, I am continuing my research with communities and cultures who have endured oppression and who seek a deeper level of healing for future generations. More information to follow.