This course is your opportunity to focus on your identified areas of challenge and growth, as you join with other advanced conflict resolution learners in a peer-to-peer learning community over four days. The capstone's clinic format emphasizes articulating the intent behind your actions, and reflecting in the moment in immersive practice as you review, refine and apply your understanding of the program's theories, skills and approaches. Working with your real-life conflict situations, you will deepen your understanding of how your presence and empathic connection, balanced with respectful assertion, can amplify your orientation to collaboration. You will integrate emotional intelligence, conscious presence and reflection into your practice.
Feedback from peers and faculty will help you examine your blind spots and assumptions and, by doing so, will foster your integration of theory and skills with your personal orientation to collaborative practice. Scheduling for this five day course may vary per offering.
Registration in this course is limited to students enrolled in the Certificate in Collaborative Conflict Resolution Program.
"Online registration in this course is open to students enrolled in a program through the Centre for Conflict Resolution. Students who would like to complete this course without enrolling in a program can do so by contacting the Program Area
- CRES-1150 or CRES-1152, & CRES-1105 or CRES-1190, & CRES-1106 or CRES-1406, & CRES-1180 or CRES-1181, & CRES-1170, & CRES-1402, & CRES-1131
Aug 15, 2022 - Aug 19, 2022
New Westminster Campus
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8:30am-4:30pm