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Managing Family Conflict in the Age of Covid

Managing Family Conflict in the Age of Covid

Learn key strategies for resolving conflict calmly with your family members and friends in this interactive webinar. Everyone can benefit from tools for managing difficult emotions and communicating needs effectively. Adults and Teens. (R)

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Date:
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time:
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Categories:
Digital Programs Health and Wellness
Audience:
  Adults     Teens  

Registration is required. There are 22 seats available.

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Logistics: A Zoom link will be send to you a few hours before we begin. Please log on 5 minutes early so we can deal with tech issues and start on time.

Content: This free, hour-long interactive webinar helps participants manage conflict by using two key strategies for managing difficult emotions and communicating needs effectively to achieve resolution. We'll help you make heated arguments a thing of the past and preserve the relationships you care about most. Participants will receive: 

  • Tools for identifying and managing their emotions under stress. 
  • A how-to guide for communicating clearly without placing blame. 
  • A step-by-step guide to creating “I” statements
  • An anger thermometer to track emotions

This program is presented by the NVMS Conflict Resolution Center, a non-profit affiliate of George Mason University's Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution. As a trusted resource with over 30 years of service to the Northern Virginia community, they provide personalized services for managing conflict to parents, couples, and families.

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