“Engaging and useful? – definitely! Embodied, movement-based exercises really sparked my thinking” Therapist and university lecturer, Bristol 2016
“If you label conflict as creativity and a catalyst, what happens then?” Social activist and youth trainer, Amsterdam 2017
Join us for a highly interactive and enjoyable workshop which uses a combination of exercises, reflection and small group discussion to explore under-the-surface themes in the conflicts we all experience in daily life – at work, home, in our communities. We’ll look at the role of emotions, identities and power in clashes, and ask whether we should perhaps understand conflict as normal, inevitable, and potentially creative. You will leave the day with new understandings about yourself and how you engage with conflict, and with fresh ideas about how to approach difficult conversations with confidence and optimism.
Places are limited to 25.
Please bring a packed lunch, or find sandwiches, etc, nearby on Park St, Bristol.
This is a wheelchair accessible workshop space.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about any other specific needs or requirements you have.
Community Resolve is pleased to deliver this free workshop as part of Bristol’s celebration of International Restorative Justice Week 2017.