Our Family Coalition

VIRTUAL: Communication & Connection While Staying Home

05/23/2020 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM PT

Description

Our Family Coalition recognizes that stress and emotions can be running high between (co)parents, spouses, and caretakers, etc while sheltering in place amidst COVID19. We invited a skilled facilitator and committed ally, Nancy Kahn, to conduct a workshop especially designed to support the communication and connection between adult members of households who might be struggling while facing greater unknowns in tighter quarters. Nancy Kahn is excited to share space and skills for mediating and negotiating towards greater ease in relationships during this trying time. 

 

This workshop is meeting virtually as part of our Coronavirus curtailment response.

Register using the link below, and we'll contact you with the conference call number and video link URL for the Google Hangout which will take place duirng the event's scheduled time. Note that we've upgraded our Google Hangout video and audio conferencing lines to ensure they are HIPAA-compliant and preserve the security and confidentiality of all our participants to the highest standards possible. [Further information about G Suite HIPAA Compliance here.]

 
 
Nancy Kahn brings a combination of more than 20 years experience in training, facilitation, coaching, mediation and consulting, locally, nationally and internationally in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Across Differences. She held leadership roles for Bay Area Nonviolent Communication from 2000-2016, and was founder and Executive Director of Mission Dignity, A Youth-led Center College and Career Education Center.  She brings decades of leadership, nonprofit management, and program development experience to her training, coaching, facilitation and consulting practice, Across Differences Institute and Consultancy; and is a Partner with Compass Narratives (https://compassnarratives.com/).
 
 
In allyship with the LGBTQ+ community, she created and facilitated a yearlong program, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) for Women in Relationship With Women, which ran for two consecutive years; conducted formal mediations across the intersectionality of gender and race for organizations and individuals; collaborated and co-facilitated with colleagues with content expertise in gender sensitivity; consulted with Old Lesbians Organizing for Change; designed and facilitated 7 days of public workshops in San Paulo Brazil for two consecutive years for Ssexbbox's international 14 day Conference to address the needs of the LBGTQ+ community in Brazil and to advocate for the end to violence against trans community; formerly consulted with Diversitybboxx, an international LGBTQ+ consulting firm; and she currently maintains a large private caseload of families that include same sex partnerships, poly, polycules, and more. Nancy identifies as a cisgender woman of color, as a transracial adoptee, and uses she/her/ hers pronouns.
 
 
Please contact our East Bay Family Programs Coordinator, Drew Lakhardt, at drew@ourfamily.org with any questions.

 

We strive to make our programs accessible to all families. Please register for accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest (e.g. ASL interpreter, translated materials, childcare providers experienced with kids with disabilities, large print materials, gluten-free food options, etc.). If registering within 48 hours of the event, please call 415-981-1960 to ensure receipt of your request. This event is free for all event attendees. Please consider making a financial donation to Our Family Coalition.