Diversity Insights Breakfast

Diversity Insights Breakfasts are a great way to engage scholars and thought leaders in conversations that generate questions and insights about the diversity, equity, and inclusion landscape.

Returning to the Work: Healing & Self-Care for D.E.I. Practitioners

Featuring Camille Cyprian
Founder & Principle Healer, Centered Spaces Healing & Wellness

Date & Time: Thursday, June 7, 8-10 am
Location: University of St. Thomas | Opus Hall 201 | 1000 LaSalle Ave | Mpls, MN 55403
Cost: $29 General Public
Other: FREE to University of St. Thomas staff and students (ID required)

Diversity Insights Breakfasts are eligible for HRCI and SHRM continuing education credits! Please contact Ben Rue for details.

Session Details

This workshop is for anyone engaged in the work of diversity, equity, & inclusion. Being a D.E.I. practitioner is laborious, exhausting, and stressful. This session will provide an overview of toxic stress, and provide simple healing modalities, self-care tools and resources so that we can continue to work for broader diversity, more equity, and deeper inclusion.

Session Objectives:

  • Participants will understand toxic stress and how it leads to trauma & burnout.
  • Participants will identify their top individual triggers and resources to manage them.
  • Participants will have the resources to assess and plan self-care routines.

Program Schedule

8 – 8:30 am – Breakfast
8:30 – 9 am – Welcome
9 – 9:55 am – Program/Workshop
9:55 – 10 am – Q&A and Close

About Camille Cyprian

Camille Cyprian is a spiritual guide, healer, certified Orange Method community coach, facilitator, equity practitioner, and community builder. A native and current resident of St. Paul, MN and true “80s baby,” her passions are rooted in community, equity, and the healing & well-being of individuals, community, institutions, and systems. She began her professional career in training & facilitation over ten years ago. She has trained nationwide at colleges & universities, nonprofit organizations, and national conferences. She’s spent the last 3 years working in philanthropy.