For over thirty years, Dr. Gita Arian Baack has been consulting and coaching individuals and organizations. Her interventions consistently result in positive change and individual empowerment. Her most recent work has been research on the effects of trauma inherited through generations. This has put her on a path to help Inheritors, as she calls the descendants of trauma, to reclaim their lives and build on their resilience. She recently founded the “Centre for Transformational Dialogue” to help individuals and communities that have inherited devastating legacies. Dr. Baack’s work has helped descendants of Holocaust survivors, Indigenous people, African Americans, and Asian and other communities struggling with the aftereffects of trauma. Dr. Baack holds a PhD from Tilburg University, The Netherlands, in association with Taos Institute, and an MA in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. She is the author of Poems of Angst and Awe, a practitioner of Social Construction and Appreciative Inquiry, and a social activist, living and working in Ottawa and abroad.