Anatomy of a Hotspot: Conflict, Relationship, and YOU
Presented by Camille Dumond, MA, MEd, RCC 

Ever notice that conflict “flares up” and cycles? How many of us consistently use that heat as fuel for learning and relationship?

What you will learn:

This workshop introduces Process-Oriented methods, a non-pathologizing and deeply creative paradigm applied in hotspots around the world, to help you navigate stuck conflicts with unexpected skill.

Expect to work on your own inner, interpersonal, and/or organizational conflicts in a fun and experiential setting!

Session Information:

Date:               September 28, 2017
Time:               7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Address:         West Vancouver Community Centre, Cedar Room, 3rd Floor
2121 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC V7V 4A7, Tel: (604) 925-7270

About the Presenter: Camille Dumond holds Masters Degrees in Adult Education and Counselling Psychology, and has Level I Sensorimotor Psychotherapy training. Currently studying Process-Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies (www.processwork.org), she works as a therapist and group facilitator with refugee claimants with the Vancouver Association for Survivors of Torture (www.vast-vancouver.ca).