Sat, Sep 21|
Lawrence Library, Meeting Room A
Let's Be Real: How to Confront Conflict Compassionately
"Regardless of our many differences, we all have the same needs. What differs is the strategy for fulfilling those needs." — Marshall B. Rosenberg
Time & Location
Sep 21, 2019, 3:10 PM – 4:45 PM
Lawrence Library, Meeting Room A, 707 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
About the Event
Does conflict make you anxious, leading you to avoid confrontation and hide your feelings?
When you confront conflict, does it leave matters unchanged or tensions worse?
Do you find yourself within relationships that can't seem to resolve conflict?
Join others like yourself in this FREE workshop to learn:
— The five ways to handle conflict & their consequences
— How to increase the potential for effective resolution
— How to de-escalate another's defensive reactions
— When it's best not to confront conflict
This workshop will be informative and supportive. You'll leave with useful handouts, a renewed perspective, and more confidence in handling the inevitable conflict that arises between all of us.
See you at the Lawrence Library in MEETING ROOM A (under the stairs!)
Teri Lynn Grunthaner is an Expressive Therapist based in Lawrence, Kansas. She has spent over a decade studying, practicing, and facilitating healthy relationship dynamics in her personal life and therapeutic practice (and is still learning!) Learn more about her at www.radical-hearts.com/about
This workshop is part of the free series, Let's Be Real! Social Skills for a More Beautiful World.
Note: This event is not sponsored by Lawrence Public Library. Any views and opinions expressed are not those of Lawrence Public Library.