This Holding Space + Covid-19 Circle of Care is open to all.
We gather for weekly interviews with wise ones who offer insight, guidance, questions, humor, and love at this time of the Covid-19 pandemic. We gather to reflect upon topics relating to health, wellbeing, social justice, birth/death, and mindful living, relationships, parenting etc. as we navigate this time.
Recordings of past webinars are shared on this page with the intention to nourish, strengthen, and support all ~ both individually and collectively ~ through this difficult time.
We gather to learn, grow, and share wisdom.
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This Institute program is funded solely by donations, both large and small.
During this time of uncertainty,
we can be certain that love is our source and guide.
All are welcome into our Circle of Care.
We can “Contain with Kindness.”
We are in this together.
Amy Wright Glenn, founder of the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death leads weekly webinars to strengthen and nourish all who are called to hold space in the age of Covid-19.
Every week, Amy presents reflections, meditations, and interviews with leaders in the fields of mindful/compassionate birthing, living, parenting, and dying ~ all specific to the concerns of this global pandemic. All recorded webinars are presented below to benefit all of us, everywhere, as we move through this pandemic.
As Dr. Laura Markham said, “Heart energy is good company for our fears.” May the heart energy of this Circle of Care be good company for you at this time. Share the links below far and wide. Donate as you can to keep this circle going. You are welcome to into this circle.
Past webinars open to all
Interview with Saladin Ambar, PhD
Associate Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Recorded Friday, May 29th 2020
Interview with Penny Stansfield, CD(DONA) Doula trainer
& Sheri Lopez, founder of BABS
Recorded Friday, May 22nd 2020
Best practices for teachers and schools
with regard to responding to the Covid-19 pandemic
Interview with Nicole Furlong, PhD, Director of the Klingenstein Center at Teachers College, Columbia University
Recorded Friday, May 15th 2020
Interview with Brooke Lehman, Co-founder and Director of the Watershed Center
Recorded Friday, May 8th 2020
Interview with Karen M. Wyatt MD, Founder of the End Of Life University
Recorded Friday, May 1st 2020
Interview with Henry Fersko-Weiss, Executive Director of INELDA
Recorded on Wednesday, April 29th 2020
Interview with Dr. Tyia Grange Isaacson, PhD
Recorded on Friday, April 24th 2020
Yoga practices that nourish courage and hope
Access Zoom password: N2^%0BL6
Interview with Romy Toussaint, founder of Romy Yoga
Recorded on April 17th, 2020
Interview with Aditi Sethi-Brown, MD
Recorded on Friday, April 10th, 2020
Featuring Naima Beckles, co-founder of For Your Birth
Recorded on Friday, April 3rd 2020
Featuring Bodhi Be
Recorded Sunday, March 29th 2020
Featuring Anne Hinton, Physician Assistant
Recorded Friday, March 27th 2020
Featuring Dr. Laura Markham, founder of Aha Parenting
Recorded on Monday, March 23rd 2020
Featuring Amy Wright Glenn
Recorded on Sunday, March 22, 2020
Feel free to share any/all Circle of Care links as inspired.
Heart energy is good company for our fears.
~ Dr. Laura Markham
Amy Wright Glenn
In her articles and personal blog posts, Amy reflects upon birth, death, motherhood, ethics, and religion/spirituality. She is a regular contributor to PhillyVoice and has blogged for Attachment Parenting International, The Birthing Site, Philly.com, and Holistic Parenting Magazine.
Author and educator Peggy O'Mara observes: "With her triple identity as yoga teacher, doula, and chaplain, Amy Wright Glenn brings a one-of-a-kind tenderness and empathy to her writing and she's not afraid to talk about the difficult parts of life."