This workshop will engage participants in a conversation about the dynamics of being in professional and work relationships with individuals of different races and the care and attention deserved in order to grow. When differences arise, the discussion often revolves around the “issue” at hand, ignoring the many layers and forces operating below the surface and from the outside. Each person in the conflict is driven by what is important to them on a deeper level and is impacted by familial, cultural and societal forces, yet these are seldom explicitly examined.
Date: May 24, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Optional social hour 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm and May 25, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Location: Artthaus Studios, Oakland, California
Cost: Sliding scale: $250, $500, or $750. To request a different fee or installment payment arrangements, contact Lacey at email@example.com or Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space is limited. You will be notified after registration whether space is available or if you are on a waiting list. A refund will be issued if space is not available or you do not wish to be on the waiting list.
Continuing Education Credits:
Mental Health: The Center for Understanding in Conflict is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. The Center for Understanding in Conflict maintains responsibility for this program and its content. BBS licensees may also receive credit from The Center for Understanding in Conflict as a provider approved by the California Psychological Association.
Legal: The Center for Understanding in Conflict is pending renewal as an accredited provider of California Continuing Legal Education. This course will qualify for 13 CA MCLE credit hours This course qualifies for 13 CE credits in the category of Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society.
For additional detailed information about our faculty credentials, this program, or our fees and refund policies, please visit our website at understandinginconflict.org or contact us at (844) 242-3428.