Introduction to the Way of Council – Duncan, British Columbia

Event Category: Council TrainingsEvent Tags: Council1: TheWayofCouncil Canada

  • Profile

    Council is a dialogic, circle-based process that stimulates compassionate understanding, deeper self-awareness, community building, collective decision-making, conflict transformation, and shared leadership. Council helps to nurture the deep, authentic connections often neglected in our ever-faster, multi-tasking culture. Council can be a balm for the soul.

    It is used worldwide in a variety of contexts including public schools (including more than 60 public and private schools in California, South Africa, Europe, and the Middle East), in universities, prisons, social service agencies, faith-based communities, families, wilderness programs, non-profit organizations, and businesses.

    Join veteran council trainer Lori Austein for this experiential course in the art of council facilitation. Lori is a council carrier with deep and diverse experience in the field.

    This is a Level I Council Training; it is open to all, no experience necessary. This weekend workshop offers an introduction to and grounding in council practice.

    DETAILS

    Times:
    Friday, March 9: 6:30 – 9:00
    Saturday, March 10: 9:00 – 5:30
    Sunday, March 11: 9:00 – 4:00

    Location: Red Cloud Yurt at Lila Music Centre. This is not a residential training.

    Tuition: $250.00 CAD, which includes materials, two lunches and snacks.

    To Register: Contact Lori Austein at (250) 597-7459 or leaustein@gmail.com.