Thomas Hübl, PhD, is a renowned teacher, author, and international facilitator whose lifelong work integrates the core insights of the great wisdom traditions and mysticism with the discoveries of science. Since the early 2000s, he has been leading large-scale events and courses that focus on the healing and integration of trauma, with a special focus on the shared history of Israelis and Germans. Over the last decade, Hübl has worked with complex systems and on cultural change in his facilitation of dialogue with thousands of people around healing the collective traumas of racism, oppression, colonialism, genocides and more in the U.S., Israel, Germany, Spain, and Argentina. He has been teaching workshops and presenting trainings for Harvard Medical School since 2019 and is a consultant to non-profits, corporations, and other universities, as well as a senior advisor and faculty at the Mobius Institute in Massachusetts.
His NGO, the Pocket Project, co-founded with his wife and Israeli artist Yehudit Sasportas, works to support the healing of collective trauma throughout the world. He is the author of Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds, which outlines his “Collective Trauma Integration Process” as a safe framework for guiding groups through collective trauma healing, and Attuned: Practicing Interdependence to Heal Our Trauma―and Our World (September 2023).
In 2022, Thomas and a team of researchers from universities in Poland, Slovenia, Ukraine, Germany, and at Harvard Medical School, were awarded a fellowship through the United Nations University in Brussels to conduct research on the historic divide between East and West Europe. The project is called “A Restoration and Integration Process for Healing Historical Trauma in Eastern and Western Europe.” Hübl lives in Tel Aviv.