When asked if non-Indigenous environments created safety some responses included:
And look around on the site—so many helpful offerings. The workshop is open to all who are, or have been, involved in the UNC Hospice community and to members of the Pittsboro community at large. Come and enjoy a respite from the demands of your day—to reflect and write.
No writing experience necessary. Registration is not required. Noon — 1 pm every Monday. No writing experience either. The fall session starts on Tuesday, September In this workshop we discussed the history of condolence notes and their value for both the recipient and the writer.
Participants each practiced writing a note and left knowing how to tackle this difficult Restorative justice reflection essay. The workshop was free and open to anyone in the Triangle Area and beyond.
Writing about deep and important matters can improve our immune systems and offer healing perspectives on our lives and struggles. Through writing in this safe environment, we gently reflected, remembered, and reconsidered.
We honored our lives and loved ones, reimagined our experiences, and discovered inner resources we had no idea were within us. April 7, May 5, June 2, 9: In this workshop, I led the group in an exploration, using several writing techniques, to illuminate not only things we have lost but also ways in which we have been lost-physically, emotionally, spiritually, on the page, and otherwise.
We also wrote about what we had found and left with stories that matter, deeper self-awareness, and a trove of possibilities for further writings. Her memoir, The Bright Hour, beautifully, even joyfully written, helps us redefine what hope means in a situation that is not fixable.
In this workshop, my co-loader Jehanne Gheith and I used excerpts from The Bright Hour, along with other prose and poetry, as prompts to reflect on our experiences and personal assumptions about grief and loss.
Each week we discussed and wrote about the gifts and challenges of loss and mortality. In the last session, Jehanne worked on Advance Directives with those who were interested. The workshop was open to people of all ages and genders. We had a great turnout and lots of fun at workshops and a potluck.
What kind of tree would we be if we were trees—and why? What has rooted and unrooted us? What is dead wood that we can prune from our lives? And what would we like to see blossom? Such a lively and creative group. Navigating the Transitions in Life.
Caregiving can be shared among you, your family, your case manager, therapist or even your doctor. Writing in a journal is a useful tool for helping us cope with and make sense of our lives.
We can track what matters to us and how our loved ones are doing. We can record important information, jot down memorable moments, and explore our deepest feelings.
In this session, we will learn easy and accessible techniques for self-expression that can relieve stress and offer personal insights—even if we have very little time. The focus was on discernment. March 6 — April 10, 5 — 6 pm.Proper 12C / Ordinary 17C / Pentecost +10 July 24, With thanks to page sponsor St.
Stephen's Church, Cohasset, MA. Image: Lord's Prayer, Albani Psalter from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. Restorative Justice Handbook - Introduction Just Schools: a whole school approach to Restorative Justice is a practical handbook that presents a whole school approach to repairing harm using a variety of means including peer mediation, circles, and restorative conferencing.
Prof. Paul De Hert's work addresses problems in the area of privacy & technology, human rights and criminal law. To satisfy his multiple curiosities de Hert teams up regularly with other authors.
- This essay aims to make clear the system of restorative justice and its aims towards youth offending, whilst arguing points for and against the current system and whether or not it is more appropriate in terms of dealing with youth offending.
"Carol Henderson helps writers grow and find their voices.". comprehensive and partially annotated list of books about Herbert Marcuse, compiled by Harold Marcuse.