Conflict Resolution and Mediation (Option 2)

Unresolved conflict amongst networks and communities can make it difficult to work together. This training aims to equip you with tools to work through misunderstandings, disagreements, and power dynamics in community work. 

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

❏    Think critically about the causes and impacts of conflict in a community setting.

❏    Develop an understanding of early warning signals, triggers and physiological cues during moments of crisis

❏    Reflect on their own responses to conflict situations, and develop self-evaluative thinking and accountability

❏    Apply de-escalation and intervention strategies to resolve conflict situations

❏    Evaluate the importance of relationships in mitigating and preventing conflict

Facilitator: Roderick Brereton

Roderick graduated from York University with a BA in sociology; earned the designation, ‘Anger Management Specialist’ from The National Anger Management Association and has completed comprehensive training in change management, conflict resolution, emotional emancipation, Anti-Oppression Psychotherapy and mental health wellness. Roderick is founder of transformational social change group Urban Rez Solution, where he generates public awareness, develops recommendations on client complaints, and supports people and institutions in resolving conflict successfully. Roderick also provides training in diversity, equity, inclusiveness and disrupting anti-black racism. Roderick has written and produced music since the 1980’s. In 2007 he and his production team produced the Best Reggae recording and received the prestigious Juno Award. Years of experience in the music industry taught him how to use the power of popular culture to engage effectively. 

October 09, 2021 at 2:00pm - 5pm
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