09 June, 2022

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ONLINE Date: June 8, 9am -12pm (PT).  Zoom link will be sent to participants prior to the training.

Description: We believe all humans need to be seen, heard and understood. Each interaction we have brings us closer or further from that vision. Restorative Dialogue empowers us to respond to challenges with others through a relationship-centered lens. In this training, we will explore dialogue skills that affirm positive relationships and provide interventions to shift relationships towards accountability and self-directed actions.

Cost & Registration:  $110/person. If you do not communicate with us and do not show up for your training session, we will be unable to issue a refund.

Registration closes five business days before the workshop takes place.

For all questions or concerns, including requests for accessibility and accommodation needs, please reach out to Sarah at sogdie@cacej.org.

Register here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RestorativeDialogueSpring2022

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