TRF Book CLUB

WELCOME TO THE BOOK CLUB

The Master Plan: My Journey From Life in Prison to a Life of Purpose by Chris Wilson and Bret Witter

The Trauma Research Foundation invites you to Book Club, a program where we come together as a community to connect, discuss, and share.

Meetings are on Thursdays, 4-5:30 pm ET for 4 weeks, starting on September 8, 2022.

The final week will be a live Q&A discussion with author Chris Wilson on September 29, 2022.

Registration is free and open to everyone. TRF will host a discussion panel of 15 selected Book Club Members each week. The meetings will be broadcast live on the TRF YouTube Channel. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with each other and the panel via the live chat.

Schedule

The Book Club will meet to discuss No Bad Parts on the following weeks. Recordings will be available.  

Meet your discussion group leaders

Teresa Yung

Teresa Yung is a Northern California based non-profit leader with a passion for building programs, teams, and organizations to create communities, healing, and connection. 
 
Teresa was inspired from her own experiences in trauma and founded the non-profit The Trauma Project where she raised $20k to create community and peer level trauma programs and resources. She enjoys waking up to the Redwoods everyday and pursues various forms of healing and facilitation including yoga, meditation, music, and plant medicines. Her dream is to see legislation and systemic change that brings trauma-informed programs and education into all 50 states, schools, prisons, and organizations so that people of all needs can receive the support they need to lead a thriving life. 

Become a Panelist

SHARE, REFLECT, AND DISCUSS

Book Club Members are invited to be a panelist and play an active role by asking questions and sharing reflections.

There are no requirements to be a panelist in The Book Club. We will be selecting a diverse array of participants, all are welcome to apply. 

Receive a complimentary study guide

Register today and also receive a companion study guide for The Master Plan: My Journey from Life in Prison to a Life of Purpose. 

Recommended to be used alongside the TRF  Book Club. This guide provides summarized chapters, salient points, and discussion questions. It will help you learn about the author’s experience inside and outside of prison. 

The Study Guide will be made available in the coming weeks.

Register Available Soon

Registration is free and open to everyone.  The meetings will be broadcast live on the TRF YouTube Channel. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with each other and the panel via the live chat.

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