$25 – $95

Healing Conflict: Working with Challenging Group Dynamics

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Wild Mountain

217 South Mountain Road

Greene, ME 04236

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Calling all activists, communal-livers, collectives, organizers, and social change agents!

In the midst of working towards a more peaceful and just world, do you ever find yourselves embroiled in strife?

Have you wondered how we can hope to heal conflict in the world if we cannot heal it in withing our selves and our communities, groups, and organizations?

Are you looking for tools to heal the hurts that keep you from thriving and achieving your goals?

If yes, then this is the workshop for you!


During this day long introductory course we will:

•Explore building intimacy in groups
•Examine how groups function and why conflict happens
•Discuss common pitfalls that lead to conflict and how to avoid them
•Look at what we bring to conflict, what helps and what hinders our success?
•Get hands-on practice using tools for healing conflict

In an attempt to increase accessibility we have opted to use a sliding scale registration model. Please select the highest level you can afford. Our hope is that those who otherwise may not be able to attend, can do so a discounted rate. If the sliding scale rates are not affordable for you please contact us, no one will be turned away for lack of funds.


Please bring a potluck lunch dish to share and your own utensils.



Facilitated by Bonnie Shulman & Charles Williams

Bonnie Shulman has been trained in both social permaculture and non-violent communication. She is a well respected elder who is passionate about conflict resolution. Long-time activist and rabble-rouser, retired mathematics professor, still practicing poet, and lifetime learner.

Charles Williams is a long time trainer focused in group dynamics and process, permaculture primitive skills and magic. Having worked with groups ranging from large international action organizing to small farm collectives he has a wealth of experience with the tools he teaches. He has recently relocated to Maine from California where he was running a collaborative permaculture farm.


This workshop is the first in a series put on by a new teaching collective based in Central Maine. We'll be sharing more information soon!


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217 South Mountain Road

Greene, ME 04236

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