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A Friendly Response to 'Fight, Flight or Freeze' Feelings - An Interactive Workshop

Thanks to All Participants - for a Wonderful Experience!

Information and Registration Form  Space is limited. Registration is required.

Date: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018

Time: 1:30 – 6 pm ( Doors Open at 1:30 pm / 1:45 - 6 pm Workshop & Gathered Meal)

Where: Rufus Jones Room - Friends Center, 1501 Cherry St. Philadelphia PA 19102

What: See Flyer attached and description below. Details and updates will be posted on the website.

Website: (links to registration, flyer and additional documents)

Contact: [email protected] 

Childcare available upon request. We need time to plan ahead to accommodate children, so make sure to list names, ages on the registration form.

Travel/ Parking: Friends Center is easily accessible by car and transit. SEPTA trains subway and bus stops are very close. Parking lots are nearby. Check for Directions and information about validated parking options.

Breaks & Meal: We will serve light refreshments. Participants are welcomed to bring food to share at the communal meal that closes the workshop. If you have dietary restrictions, please bring what you need.

Brief Description:

Have you ever had a tough conversation that has gone an unwanted way? Are you a party to conversations that need to continue on a deeper level?

If you’ve ever wanted a more effective way of communicating what is in your heart, join us for this experiential workshop. In this advanced introduction to using non-violent approaches to transform difficult conversations, we will explore what happens within us when we find ourselves in emotionally charged situations. We will share and grow in our knowledge of clear expression to move forward together in constructive ways.

Facilitators Laurent Hahn, .O and Carole Singleton will be joined by Terance Jones and Sydney Groll of Maryland, and Adam Tuttle who is interning with the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP). After a day of learning, listening and interacting, we will gather for a communal meal to reflect and settle together.

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Space is limited. Registration is required.

Saturday, November 17, 2018 - 1:30pm
Friends Center
1501 Cherry Street
philadelphia, PA 19102
United States
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