Mar 22, 2019 - Mar 23, 2019
Prince George, Canada
An opportunity to experience, learn and gain practical tools that you can use in all areas of your life and work. This two-day training includes:
- The Foundation and Invitation of Circles
- Circle Process
- Circle Structure and Flexibility
- Facilitation Tools
- Practical Applications
Circles are a designed yet flexible approach for communication and creating change. Circles are used in a variety of settings such as workplaces, justice systems, government, schools, families and communities.
They can serve many purposes, including: learning, governance, conflict resolution, healing, as well as community and team building.
The Circle process draws upon ancient and contemporary wisdom in a way that serves both the individual and the collective. An approach that opens up different and greater possibilities for all.
All Welcome! No pre-requisites.
Facilitator: Dr. Evelyn Zellerer
Dr. Evelyn Zellerer is an acclaimed international facilitator, trainer, and speaker with over 25 years experience. She is the Founder/Director, Peace of the Circle. Evelyn has taught and led projects around the world, including in the Arctic, Australia, Brazil, Caribbean, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mozambique, Nepal, South Africa, UK, and USA. Evelyn earned her Ph.D. in Criminology and is also a professor.
“Probably the best course I’ve been on in my 20 years as a police officer.”
“I am taking away so much to work with and build into my practice!”
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Location & Dates:
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
Friday March 22 & Saturday March 23
$480 (includes taxes)
The number of places is limited.
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