A two day workshop building deeper understanding of ourselves and relationships with others within Quaker communities and society as a whole. When we can consider one another in terms of our shared humanity, our perceptions and perspectives can truly open, nurturing one another in a caring and just society. Participants will be introduced to “human givens” and how this approach helps build deeper understanding within Meetings, relationships and society as a whole. We will explore, through fun and interactive exercises, how our emotional needs are central to wellbeing.
Dates: 9th and 10th November 2013 Location: Friends Meeting House, Pakenham Road, Monkstown, Co Dublin Time: 11am – 4pm Sat &10.30 – 3.30pm Sunday (incorporating Meeting for Worship) Please bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Places are limited. Donations will be welcome to cover costs and all proceeds will go to Dublin Monthly Meeting Peace Committee. Please contact the office before 1st November by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 014998003 to register your interest.
Facilitators are Sue Saunders, MSc,MA, HG Dip.P, FHGI and Carol Harper, MA, HG Dip P, MHGI, MAPNT. Both facilitators volunteered to spend two weeks in Bosnia treating war victims suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, using the Human Givens approach. Irish Friends are supporting Sue’s mission to Bosnia and as a thank you to Friends, she is providing weekend courses free of charge.