- SEMESTER IN DIALOGUE
- SFU COMMUNITY
SOMATIC THERAPIST (RCC) AND CO-LEAD PROGRAM DESIGN REFUGEE LIVELIHOOD LAB, RADIUS SFU
Camille Dumond is a somatic trauma therapist, conflict facilitator, equity trainer and consultant. She helps create the conditions for heart, courage and clarity to emerge in difficult inner and outer conflicts. Trained in the Deep Democracy method, Camille has over 20 years of community-based experience integrating an anti-oppression lens into the day-to-day life of organizations. She brings a relational approach rooted in respect for the dignity and value of all people. Camille is an Indo-Caribbean diasporic woman of colour living on unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqeum peoples. She holds graduate degrees in Counselling Psychology and Conflict Facilitation. Currently, she has a private consulting, conflict mediation and therapy practice, as well as co-managing the Refugee Livelihood Lab with Nada Elmasry at SFU. The Refugee Livelihood Lab is a platform for racialized migrant leaders to organize high-impact projects that support movement from survival towards thriving in their communities: https://radiussfu.com/programs/labs-ventures/refugee-newcomer-livelihood/.