Identity Navigation for Interpersonal Relationships: Creating sustainable, emotionally resilient, equitable personal relationships
Semester Course - Best for those who live in the City of Pittsburgh and surrounding suburbs and rural communities.
Fall 2019 (Meets on second Tuesday of the month from 6-9pm; ticket includes attendance to all four dates)
September 10th, 2019October 8th, 2019November 12th, 2019December 10th, 2019
Class Description: Each individual’s identity consists of not merely who we believe ourselves to be but how others view us. Both perceptions impact how we move through the world. Unfortunately, most of us have allowed society to dictate this and have spent little time thinking or processing what our identity holds for us. The more we become aware of our own identity, the greater our opportunity to develop compassion and empathy for others. In this course, participants will learn how to navigate who they are and begin to process what this means in their everyday life, whether that’s in your workplace, with your employees, staff, family, friends, or partners. We will learn what the practice of undoing oppression looks like for us as individuals as well as in our relationships. Relationships closest to us are mirrors of ourselves and the most challenging places for us to create equity and learn to recognize how we have internalized societal messaging. This course is about navigating these complexities through a process of admittance and accountability.
|Ticket Information ||Ticket Price |
| Full Course || USD 300|