Here’s some excellent news to start your 2019– The Creative Strategies for Change Facilitator Workshop is taking place January 11th-13th! Register here to claim your space: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creative-strategies-for-change-facilitator-workshop-2019-winter-tickets-52549879103
At this event, you’ll learn skills and tools to navigate your own life experience, as well as to successfully communicate with others around challenging topics. This immersive, interactive, and impactful weekend experience will grow your knowledge of yourself, identity, power, oppression, liberation, and the many factors that make up the context in which we live… and why that all matters!
We’ll examine power, privilege, and oppression in profound and accessible ways, and also learn the antidote: how to achieve liberation! We’ll be getting deeply in touch with ourselves while making connections with the amazing new people around us! You’ll walk away with new creative facilitation techniques, a fresh understanding of yourself and your place in the world, knowledge of social justice and restorative practices, new language to use around tough topics, and the confidence to make your own unique mark on the world!
Here’s what some of our past attendees have said:
“The workshop was phenomenal and truly a gift. The information present far exceeded my expectations in depth and clarity. The artistic expression and interactive games truly highlighted concepts that I otherwise would have had a hard time explain to constituents in classrooms.”
“Thank you so much for your creativity. Your content was wonderful, but *how* you taught the content really made an impression.”
“This was an amazing workshop! The facilitators were amazing and the experience proved to be inclusive not just across our identities, but our experiences as well.”
There is a clear commitment to continued growth, and this was probably the best training of this nature that I’ve been a part of.”
“LOVED IT! The facilitators were engaging, as was the material. It was reflective and introspective, as well as collaborative and eye-opening.”
We meet first on Friday from 6-9pm, then from 10am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Food is provided, and there are plenty of breaks.
If you have any questions about the event or registration, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you in January!