Understanding Attachment Patterns in Facilitation

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January 30, 2017 - January 31, 2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sarah Peyton

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2-day workshop on Interpersonal Neurobiology and NVC

with Sarah Peyton 

Monday & Tuesday, January 30 & 31, 2017

10am until 5pm

Bellevue, WA (just east of Seattle) 

$225 if payment received by December 31st, or $250 if paid in January

Are you tired of trying to juggle so many needs at once when you’re facilitating, of trying to balance group needs, individuals’ needs and your own needs as the facilitator?

Would you like more support and understanding to deal with your own triggers, those unwanted guests that come barging through the door while you’re facilitating?

Join us to explore how to navigate the relational field between ourselves and our participants.  In service of understanding how attachment styles impact facilitation and participation, we will cover:

  • Identifying your style as a facilitator
  • Identifying and working with the implicit as it arises in teaching
  • Balancing covering material with processing what arises during the workshop
  • Working with issues of touch and boundaries
  • Addressing and acknowledging power differences
  • Tools for facilitating when triggered

Designed to support people who would like to:

  • Deepen your empathy skills in service of others
  • Explore questions of transparent leadership
  • Have a sense of how to offer support and expand our own capacity for presence
  • Learn how to create and maintain a “safe container” for the whole as group dynamics shift from moment to moment

Prerequisite:  This workshop is for people who facilitate group process and learning and have some familiarity with Nonviolent Communication.

Space is limited.  Please register by emailing Mika ehmehm13@hotmail.com

Scholarship spots will be considered once we reach a minimum number of registrations.