Accidental Impacts is growing!

Please check out and “like” our new Facebook page. We will use Facebook to keep everyone informed about upcoming events, to post requests from media or researchers, and to provide other announcements. It also offers another pathway to the website for those seeking support.

In recent months, we have organized two fellowship meetings for CADIs on Zoom, both of which were well attended (about 20 people from across the US and parts of Europe) and well-received. Something powerful and healing occurs when we talk with people who have shared similar experiences.

We will continue offering these fellowship meetings so watch your email and Facebook for more information. If you are not receiving emails about these events, please contact me either through the website or at [email protected] so I can add you to the list. We also welcome your feedback on topics of interest or other events that would be helpful to you. Even if you’re anxious or scared, please consider joining us. We offer a safe space to deepen your understanding and to receive solace and support.

On our June 7 meeting, Reverend David W. Peters, author, theologian and fellow CADI, talked about moral injury as it applies to causing accidental injury or death and his journey back to healing his spiritual core. His remarks set the tone for a great discussion. You can read some of David’s work here and here.

We plan to continue offering these fellowship meetings so watch your email and the Facebook page for more information. If you are not receiving emails about these events, please contact me either through the website or at [email protected] so I can add you to the list. We also welcome your feedback on topics of interest or your suggestions for other events or programs that would be helpful to you.

I write this from my home in Santa Monica, California, where COVID-19 remains a significant concern. Wherever you are, I hope you are healthy and obtaining the support you need. Please consider the Accidental Impacts community to be part of your support system.

 

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