Sculpting our way through conflict: Increasing Empathy by Standing in Your Shoes

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Sculpting our way through conflict: Increasing Empathy by Standing in Your Shoes

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Title: Sculpting our way through conflict: Increasing Empathy by Standing in Your Shoes
Author: Schmidt Hanbidge, Alice; Bilitz, Cheri
Description: Sculpting is a powerful tool in helping a group or family gain insights into both their role in conflict and increase understanding of other member's feelings and perceptions. A group “stuck” in a stage of development can propel through challenging conflicts to embrace change with sculpting techniques. An experiential sculpture will be a central activity, where workshop participants can volunteer to be part of a physical or visual sculpture. A small group debriefing where reflections are discussed will close the session along with distribution of the following handouts; 1) Family Roles & Sculpting Diagram 2) Participant Reflection Questions 3) Sculpting Bibliography
URI: http://rspace.uwaterloo.ca/xmlui/handle/20.500.11895/373
Date: 2017-06


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