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Compassionate Listening Project Organizing Upcoming Trainings and Delegations

The Compassionate Listenting Project is dedicated to teaching and practicing the art of listening with a “spiritual ear,” to discern and acknowledge the partial truth in everyone – particularly those with whom we disagree. They have just announced their summer and fall lineup of training sessions. Trainings include introductory and advanced courses in compassionate listening, as well as training delegations to Israel/Palestine and South Africa. To learn more about CLP, go to www.compassionatelistening.org. To see a list of upcoming trainings and workshops, including cost and registration information, click on the link below.

HEALING THE WORLD FROM THE INSIDE OUT –
INTRODUCTORY COMPASSIONATE LISTENING INTENSIVES

Suquamish, WA: June 3 & 10, $175-$350
Leah Green & Maha El-Taji
Suquamish United Church of Christ

Lusby, MD: July 8-9, $150-$300
Susan Partnow
Patuxent Friends Meeting House

Los Angeles, CA: September 16-17, $150-$300
Andrea Cohen
Private Home in Mount Washington (NE Los Angeles)

Grand Junction, CO: October 7-8, $150-$300
Lisa Berman
Olssen Physical Therapy Center

Registration online: www.compassionatelistening.org/workshops.html

TRAINING DELEGATIONS

Israel/Palestine: “Journey to the Heart” Leah Green & Maha El-Taji, Nov 5-18, 2006, $2400

South Africa: “Healing the Past, Building the Future” Steve Myers, March 13-24, 2007, Price TBA

SPECIAL EVENTS/WORKSHOPS

Toronto, ON “The Fundamentals of Compassionate Listening ”
Susan Partnow, April 27, $169
Registration: Leading Edge Seminars 1-888-291-1133

Evanston, IL “Compassionate Listening Introduction”
Andrea Cohen, May 18, 7-9 PM, Donation
Local Contact: Betsy Fuchs 1-773-338-8078

Seattle, WA: “Compassion in Action!”
1st Annual Fundraiser for The Compassionate Listening Project
May 23, 7-9pm, University Congregational United Church of Christ
With singer/songwriter Kathryn Mostow, and TCLP founder/director Leah Green
To reserve your space, call us at 360-297-2280 or visit our website

Mount Vernon, WA: “3rd Annual Summer Gathering”
Hosts: Leah Green & Carol Hwoschinsky, August 4-6, $65-$225
Camp Brotherhood

ADVANCED TRAINING

Mt. Vernon, WA: Nov/Feb/May, $1550
Series Facilitated by Carol Hwoschinsky,
Leah Green & Certified Facilitators (Registration Closed- please contact us if you are interested in our next Advanced Training)

The Compassionate Listening Project
P.O. Box 17
Indianola, WA 98342
360-297-2280
office@compassionatelistening.org
www.compassionatelistening.org

Amy Lang
Amy Lang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia. She wrote her dissertation on British Columbia’s groundbreaking Citizens’ Assembly process, and is currently doing follow-up research on the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly.

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