Nonviolent Conflict Intervention Skills 2-day Training

Photo of Mica and PeijmanMica and Peijman are offering their two day training in Santa Rosa! This two-day training is formed around one simple premise: conflict is inevitable, violence is not. Learn how to reclaim your personal power by seeking a third path between passivity and violence: active nonviolence. The nonviolent conflict intervention and de-escalation skills taught in this training give participants the necessary tools to confidently and creatively engage in conflict. Please register at this link:

Workshop topics include:

-Nonviolence theory
-Structural/systemic roots of violence
-Ways to handle fear
-7 steps of mediation
-Emotional intelligence
-Peace team roles
-Power dynamics in conflict
-CLARA method of de-escalation
-Choosing the right interventions for each level of conflict
-Roadmap: a long-term strategy for building a nonviolent future

February 28th and March 1st
10am to 6pm

Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County
467 Sebastopol Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

We offer this training on a gift economics basis with a suggested contribution of $50-$150, sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds and any contribution above $150 will allow us to offer scholarships for those who are unable to pay. Please bring your own lunch.

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