Please join us on Thursday, August 1st to learn more about YCRC and hear what we are doing in the community. You will enjoy delicious snacks and drinks in our courtyard from Savory Cafe. TIME: 4:00-6:00 pm LOCATION: 722B Main Street in Woodland (located behind Savory Cafe, parking located in Doggone Alley). Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Don't let conflict get you down! YCRC is here to help! Do the upcoming holidays have you worried about potential conflict with your family members and loved ones? Do you or someone you know struggle with what to do when conflict arises? Reach for YCRC's free Conflict Guide today and help create a peaceful community and holiday season, visit https://gallery.mailchimp.com/ 44fce01704d1178ec9837cb09/file s/bc45263e-d2c4-4b39-91f6-d1cd1530d41c/Conflic t_Guide_Oct_2018.pdf Questions? Concerns?
The most important thing you can do as a parent is to lead by example. Confrontation is no different. They’ll see you go through it eventually, especially if you have a spouse in the home, so it’s crucial for them to see you do it well. https://blogs.psychcentral. com/childhood-behavioral/2020/ 01/teaching-kids-healthy-ways- to-engage-in-conflict- resolution/
Whether you want the skills to be a YCRC mediator or are looking to sharpen your communication skills for work, our 33-hour training is an opportunity to learn, practice, and receive feedback on different techniques for addressing conflict. This training includes lectures, discussions, communication skills exercises, and mediation process role-plays. For further details on this training and to download our application form, please visit http://yolocrc.org/get-involve d.html on our website.
Restorative Circles is a free community Workshop offered Saturday, March 16th by Yolo Conflict Resolution Center. This workshop provides training on how to be a circle keeper in the restorative circle process. The training will discuss the components and uses of the circle process, tools for keeping a circle and also practice how to be a circle keeper. Please see the attached flyer for more information and to RSVP. DATE: Saturday, March 16th TIME: 9am-1pm LOCATION: Redwood Grove, 1001...
YCRC will be offering a free community workshop on Saturday, April 21st , that covers some basics of communication and conflict resolution. The workshop will take place from 9am-1pm in the Redwood Building, 1001 Anderson Road, Davis. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto: pr email@example.com > or (530) 564-2324 by Wednesday, April 18th , as space is limited.
The Mediation Certificate Training program includes lectures, discussions, communication skills exercises, and mediation process role-play. The 2020 dates for this 36-hour Community Mediation Certification training are the following Saturdays: February 8, 15, 22, and 29, 2020. The trainings are 9am-6pm each day, and the training will take place in Woodland. Prior approval is required to attend. Please call the YCRC office for details: 530.564.2324. For more information, please visit...
Please join us at a free workshop from Yolo Conflict Resolution Center (YCRC) called Recognizing the Gifts of Conflict coming up on Saturday, June 30 ( 9am-1pm ) at the YCRC office 722B Main Street, Woodland. Space is Limited - Reserve your spot now by contacting: YCRC - (530) 564-2324 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to acquire tools that can help transform conflict into opportunities for growth? Yolo Conflict Resolution Center (YCRC) is offering a FREE workshop on Recognizing the Gifts of Conflict . WHEN: Saturday, June 30 TIME: 9am-1pm WHERE: the YCRC office at 722B Main Street, Woodland. Space is Limited - Reserve your spot now by contacting: YCRC - (530) 564-2324 - email@example.com
Please join YCRC for our first Open House to learn news and updates while enjoying snacks and drinks. DATE: Thursday, August 1st TIME: 4:00-6:00pm LOCATION: 722B Main Street in Woodland (located behind Savory Cafe, parking located in Dog Gone Alley).
For better or for worse, conflict is a part of the human condition. No matter how hard we may try to avoid conflict it has a way of showing up in our lives. YCRC works hard to provide training on how we can transform conflict into an opportunity to gain new understanding. By reflecting on the biology of conflict, combined with tools and ideas on how to manage ourselves in difficult moments we hope to create a space where people can see and hear each other despite whatever situation may be...
Please join Yolo Conflict Resolution Center (YCRC) at 4-5:30pm on June 30 for an online discussion on Forgiveness with Eileen Barker, respected teacher, coach, and a leader in the movement to integrate emotional healing and forgiveness in conflict resolution. Please see the attached flyers in English and Spanish for more information and register here .
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