Interested in learning techniques to cope with the new normal of being at home? You’re invited to join a one-hour Zoom workshop TONIGHT at 7:30 p.m. or April 9th at 1 p.m.
“As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, each of us is adjusting to a new normal,” said Jeffrey Weisberg, executive director of the River Phoenix Center for PeaceBuilding in Gainesville (RPCP).
For many parents and kids this means spending a lot of time together at home, and that, even under normal circumstances can be a recipe for stress and conflict, he added.
Anyone interested in learning techniques to cope with the new normal of being at home is invited to join a one-hour Zoom workshop on April 8th at 7:30 p.m. or April 9th at 1 p.m.
The event is hosted by RPCP Director of Programs and Curriculum Development Ben Howort.
“We will discuss practical tools that families can use to practice peacebuilding at home and resolve conflict restoratively when it arises,” said Howart. “Parents of children of all ages are welcome to attend.”
According to Howort, it will be an interactive workshop through Zoom that also will use, “the wisdom of the group for reflection and input on what is working at home and what could be working better.
“We will discuss the difference between agreements and rules, equity between siblings, restorative practices and the biology of the brain and what happens during stress and how to support young people.”
The RPCP is a nonprofit organization guided by the life and activism of Gainesville native River Phoenix. The Center honors his dedication and courageous contribution to the field of entertainment, as well as the well-being of all life on our planet. His approach was “solution-based” and RPCP is dedicated to following this path.
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