COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONSauthentic exploration between men and women
Do you avoid difficult conversations? And, does the situation often get worse or more uncomfortable because you did not have the conversation earlier?
Are there things you would like to know about someone you’re interested in, but you’re afraid to ask?
Is there something you want to say to someone that might make them uncomfortable, but they really need to hear it anyway?
Learn to ask the scary questions and say the hard things in this safe, exciting, and playful workshop.
On two special nights, men and women will come together and give each other the permission to ask and answer their deepest questions with a level of authenticity and vulnerability that most people don’t get to experience.
In this expertly facilitated and safe space, we don’t have to be “nice” to each other. Respectful and real, yes, but not “nice.”
Together, we will explore conversation through some simple experiential exercises between the genders. Men and women will gather separately first, and decide what questions they want to ask the others. Then we will do a short ritual to connect everyone in the circle and begin our dialogue between the genders…
Those that have joined this in the past have not wanted it to stop!
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Expressive Arts at 32nd and Thorn
3201 Thorn Street, San Diego
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Let’s take off our masks and be truly seen and heard.
explore courageous conversation
speak what is difficult to say
discover your blind spots
with honest reflection from others
learn deep, authentic connection
by setting aside your mask
What are people saying about Courageous Conversations?
“I had so much fun, and felt so heard! I can’t wait to come again!”
“Wow, that was intense and wonderful. I will definitely bring more of these skills into my life.”
Eric Sjoberg is a Somatic Educator who plays with new ways of helping people find themselves amidst the reality of this moment, through the integration of power, love and presence.
Tish McAllise Sjoberg,
Expressive Arts Therapist
Tish McAllise Sjoberg is an Artist and Expressive Arts Therapist with the desire to create a safe place for people to express themselves more fully so that they can live a more vibrant life. We all have stories to tell and want to be heard, the arts help us tell those stories in new ways.