Further Reflections are instructor-led, multi-session virtual courses held on Zoom for small discussion groups. Often following a Critical Minds program, Further Reflections allow students to explore various topics on a deeper level. The content of this series and Critical Minds is to provide information and an opportunity for dialogue on topics that may be of interest to the humanist community. Speakers are engaged for their knowledge and expertise on the topics covered in both series. The speakers’ views are not necessarily aligned with the AHA, its members, or the humanist community. Find upcoming Further Reflections courses here.
July 7th and 14th, 2022
5:30 – 7:00 pm Central Time
Location: zoom connect
with Sundria Hall
Religious trauma and other impacts of harmful religious experiences
Healing and growth beyond religious trauma and harmful religious experiences
Suandria Hall is a secular client-centered Mental Health Counselor and Life Coach. Her practice is exclusively virtual serving clients across the globe. She focuses on life transitions and religious trauma.
A preacher’s kid from the Bible belt south, Suandria faced the difficulties in leaving a dogmatic religious foundation to learning how to stand in one’s own truth. It was during this personal journey that she realized there was a lack of support available to those questioning or leaving religious beliefs.
From religion, relationships, health and fitness, education, and career endeavors she has hit the restart button and found joy. Fueled by curiosity she chooses to explore, learn, and transformed by knowledge and experience. Understands the purpose and framework of transitions is the foundation of her counseling and coaching work. She partners with her clients as they experience their own life transitions and search for a renewed sense of purpose and connection. It is her goal to be a resource and safe place for others.
She has spent over 20 years in the healthcare arena including public health, finance, IT, clinical research, and project management. She now counsels and coaches individuals and groups, and speaks to further provide insight to the impact of harmful religious experiences. In addition to her work, her most passionate role is being a mom, nurturing her daughter’s unbridled curiosity and freedom to think.