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Theme: Moral Injury, Can it Be Healed?: A TEDxSalon Event

This event occurred on
April 10, 2018
Worcester, Massachusetts
United States

Moral Injury is the focus of a TEDx Salon event on Tuesday, April 10th at 5:30 pm at the Worcester Historical Museum’s Fletcher Auditorium, 30 Elm Street, Worcester (See below for parking suggestions).

The Worcester Education Collaborative invites you to join us for this fifth event in the series on Trauma and Learning. This gathering will focus on Moral Injury. A light supper will be served at 5:30; program starts at 6 pm with a talk by Denise Richardson, Senior Faculty member with Project Welcome Home Troops and the International Association of Human Values, followed by the TED Talk and discussion. The program will end between 7:30 and 8pm.

Limited tickets available. Please register using Eventbrite.


Parking is conveniently located at several locations around the Worcester Historical Museum (30 Elm Street, Worcester).

Limited free parking is available in the museum lot on Chestnut Street behind Worcester Historical Museum.

Limited free parking is also available next to Salisbury Mansion. 40 Highland St, Worcester, MA 01609

Metered parking on the surrounding streets.

Federal Plaza Municipal Garage

570 Main Street, Worcester
Up to 1 Hour $2 Daily Rate $7.75

Worcester Plaza Garage

40 Pleasant Street
Open M-F from 6:30 AM - 11 PM
Up to 1 Hour $2 1 to 3 Hours $3

Worcester Historical Museum
30 Elm Street
Worcester, Massachusetts, 01609
United States
Event type:
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Denise Richardson

Senior Faculty Member of Project Welcome Home Troops and the International Association of Human Values
Denise Richardson is a senior faculty member with the International Association for Human Values and Project Welcome Home Troops. These are non-profit humanitarian organizations that provide educational programs in stress management and self-development, and undertake service projects around the globe in the areas of conflict resolution, disaster and trauma relief, empowerment for women, prisoner rehabilitation and organizational excellence. For the past 25 years, Denise has personally taught thousands of people from all walks of life how to use simple breathing and meditation techniques to conquer stress and increase their capacity to bring positive energy into their daily interactions. She has also led programs for people dealing with cancer or depression as well as specialized programs for military veterans. Denise resides in Connecticut with her husband and two grown children.

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Worcester, MA, United States