Upcoming Event on May 25: The Complexity of Racial Trauma

Details for a speaking event with image of a seated Black woman

2022 Foundation Trust Speaker Series Launch

The Foundation Trust is thrilled to kick off its 2022 Speaker Series with a community conversation with Dr. Nancy Nealious, Psy.D. In partnership with the Melrose Human Rights Commission, this talk will explore the complexity of racial trauma and what it means for individuals and communities.


The event will take place on Wednesday, May 25th from 6:30-8:00pm at 590 Main Street, Melrose, MA 02176.


For additional information on the topic, visit the Complexity of Racial Trauma page, co-authored by Dr. Nealious. This is part of  www.complextrauma.org, a complex trauma resource repository sponsored and maintained by the Foundation Trust.


Upcoming 2022 Events

Details about these remaining Foundation Trust Speaker Series events will be available soon:


June 21, 2022      In the striking Converse Galleries of the Malden Public Library, Stephen Legari of the Montreal Museum of Art and local art therapists will demonstrate the therapeutic role the arts can play in improving well-being.


September 29, 2022      Jana Pressley, Psy. D. and Kaitlyn Wilson, LISCW, will present their resource on supporting parents and other caregivers with histories of trauma in building self-awareness and self-compassion as they navigate their parenting journeys.