A New Workshop: What Am I Doing Here?

The Art Of Relating

The Art of Relating

What does it take to live a great relationship, a great partnership, a great friendship? Why is it so difficult for most of us?

There are skills that allow this to happen! Of course, it takes a lifetime to fully utilize these skills — yet much can be done in a few months. And of course, you have to know what these skills are.

Join us for a one-day workshop as we explore these skills, looking at how they can be utilized in your life, looking at what to focus on. Much can be gained in one day, the first steps of a new life, one that starts you in more successful direction.

Dave is a retired physician-psychotherapist who has spent his life exploring these skills, focusing on anger management and conflict resolution because he believes anger is the canary in the coal mine of our dysfunctional culture. His qualifications include a Master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences, several diplomas in each of Gestalt Therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, plus a variety of other trainings. He also has a PhD in Wisdom Studies. His major areas of interest were and continue to be those of ‘Anger, Rage and Violation’ and ‘Communication As Emotional Process’. His publications include Blowing Out The Darkness: The Management of Emotional Life Issues, especially Anger and Rage (2008) and Acedia, The Darkness Within, and the darkness of Climate Change (2012).

Dave has had his own relationship struggles; these form the base of his journey.

Date:                        Saturday, January 29th

Time:                       0730am – 1730pm Pacific

Location:      In Person (Burnaby, BC) and via Zoom, TBA

Cost: $125 CDN (payable by InterAc to dave.macq@icloud.com)

Further information available upon registration

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