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Selma Quist-Moller

Selma Quist-Møller is a psychologist educated from UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Copenhagen University, a researcher, writer, and mother studying post-traumatic growth from complex, collective, and intergenerational trauma. In her work, Selma bridges science and trauma-informed contemplative practices to help generate awareness and action cultivating individual, collective, and planetary well-being, health, justice, and growth. Selma is trained and mentored by Dr. Dan Siegel in the interdisciplinary approach of interpersonal neurobiology, and she was a 2020/2022 Garrison Institute Fellow, working with a diverse cohort of scholars, artists, and activists to blaze a new trail in the field of collective healing and growth, drawing upon and engaging with the science of interconnection, generative action, and contemplative wisdom.

Selma has shared her work in places like the Danish Parliament, UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Magazine, The International Conference in Mindfulness, PwC, and Wisdom 2.0’.

Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Selma Quist-Moller has employment relationships with MindheartAI, The Trauma Clinic, UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Magazine and She receives royalties as a published author. Selma Quist-Moller receives compensation as a freelancer. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Selma Quist-Moller is an advisory board member of