The Heart of Conflict Facilitation
THE HEART OF CONFLICT FACILITATION
with Bill Say and Lane Arye
Who likes conflict? Almost no one. But it seems to be an unavoidable part of life. Handled skillfully, conflict can lead to transformation, intimacy, understanding, reduced tension, as well as better relationships, teamwork and community. How can we better engage in conflicts and facilitate them?
This workshop combines brief theoretical lecture, discussion, skill building exercises, and solo, partnered, small group and large group activities.
This workshop is for any individual who struggles with conflict, including parents, partners, team members, leaders, social activists, therapists, and facilitators. But most of all, you.
Learn and practice Process Work theory and tools concerning conflict facilitation
Explore the heart that can hold all sides
Find our conflict facilitation superpower
Expand inner diversity
Practice role awareness and role switching
Contact our values and visions concerning conflict
WHEN: April 28, 10am - 5pm
WHERE: Empty Gate Zen Center
2200 Parker Street in Berkeley (corner of Fulton)
This is a shoe free space. Please bring slippers or warm socks. There are kitchen facilities available for warming up or cooking a meal.
COST: Cost for this workshop is $50 - $200, sliding scale based on your economic situation. If you need guidelines to help determine payment, below are some suggested payments based on income. This sliding scale and these suggestions are made from a desire to keep our work sustainable as well as accessible to a wide array of communities. Please don't let these suggestions keep you from coming to the workshop and paying what is right for you.
o If your income is below $25,000 - You might pay $50
o If your income is $25,001 - $50,000 - You might pay $100
o If your income us $50,001 - $75,000 - You might pay $150
o If your income is over $75,000 - You might pay $200
· A couple of scholarship slots are available - please note this in your registration if you’d like to be considered.
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1904 Virginia Street
Berkeley, CA 94709
Lane Arye, Ph.D. is a senior Processwork trainer who facilitates individuals, couples, organizations and communities worldwide. Whether teaching, working in private practice, facilitating conflicts, or learning & training alongside social justice groups, Lane partners with people to help create more inner and outer freedom, inclusion, and wholeness. He lives in the Bay Area with his wife and two kids, who grow his heart every day.
Bill Say, M.A., focuses on the intersection of diversity awareness, conflict resolution and community building. His work with organizations and community groups includes Alameda County Human Resources, Cities of Berkeley and Richmond, Highlander Research and Education Center, UC Berkeley School of Engineering, and UN refugee health organizations in the Middle East (UNRWA). He teaches at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and is a former faculty member of the UC Berkeley Extension School of Professional Communication. Bill is a Mindell Process Work Diplomate. His website is: www.billsay.com