FACING CONFLICT:  Increasing our abilities to engage with conflict. Starting on November 1st, 2019

FACING CONFLICT: Increasing our abilities to engage with conflict.

This 14-week Peer Practice program invites participants to explore their habitual responses to conflict, participants will also learn about and practice how to create and maintain boundaries while showing up for misunderstandings and conflict.

     You will enjoy this program if you want to understand your habitual responses to conflict, if you want to articulate your responses in terms of values and needs, and if you want to explore ways to respond that include integrity and connection.

     Monthly topics encompass the following: our personal experience of conflict and how this relates to our values, our community / systemic experience of conflict and how we understand this in terms of values, and the kinds of actions we want to be able to take and how these relate to our values.

Information Call:  9am on Saturday, October 5th (EST)

If you would like to take part in a free Information Call on Zoom, please send me your email address and I will send you the meeting information. In the meantime, I also welcome any questions you would like to ask me at this time.

Program dates: 

Fourteen weeks between November 1, 2019 – January 31, 2020

Cost of program: 

Sliding scale of $75 – 200, or €60-150, for each program. 

About Peer Practice

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Sliding scale of $75 – 200 for the 14 week program.

Testimonials for Peer Practice programs:

“I love the openness of heart and mind that you bring to this work Judith.  I find it so freeing that you don’t come with answers but rather with a sense of possibility, a willingness to explore and discover – a sense of “well, let’s see”. It creates a very welcoming space for expression and creativity and helps me connect to a much greater sense of spaciousness and possibility. Thank you.” (Ann O’Gorman – “Self-empathy”, email May 12th, 2015)

The program has truly has moved my practice forward by a big leap, and I am still amazed at my feelings and needs! I had two conversations this week where I was able to communicate effectively with “difficult” people and topics, and they both had a good outcome, thank you!!! (Karen Smith – “Mindful Communication”, July 2nd, 2015)