|1000 Trainings Project #: 903|
October 28, 2017 - October 29, 2017
Training Hub Staff
Neue Blumenstr. 5
Tagged with: Compassionate Listening Oregon
Facilitated by Andrea Cohen with Martin Dronsfield
Whether living in Europe or in the U.S., we are facing difficult times. Refugees, the environment, and the growing gap between rich and poor are just some of the issues that threaten to divide our societies. In this experiential workshop people will learn practical tools to use in many challenging situations, including their personal lives with family and friends, their workplaces, and their broader communities. At the heart of true peace-making is our ability to suspend judgment, notice and manage reactivity, and listen and speak from the heart.
This non-residential workshop will be taught in English with interpretation for those whose language preference is German.
The workshop will begin each day at 9:30 a.m. It will end at 6 p.m. on Saturday and at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Andrea was co-director of a Jewish-German Reconciliation Project and director of the Compassionate Listening film Children of Abraham, a documentary about Compassionate Listening in Israel-Palestine. Andrea facilitates Compassionate Listening workshops locally and internationally and integrates Compassionate Listening fundamentals into dialogue events, the workplace and communities in conflict. She holds Masters Degrees in both Education and Social Work. She is the author of Practicing the Art of Compassionate Listening, a practical guidebook that helps people utilize compassionate listening skills in their daily life challenges.
The cost will be €120 with an additional suggested donation of €20-80.