The objectives are to train teachers, Lebanese and Syrian trainers, NGO workers and school counsellors and individuals searching for ways to transform their own and other’s lives for the better. Participants can receive an additional facilitation training by assisting in the teaching of the following year. March 16/17/18 2018 at the Silk Museum, Bsous, Lebanon.
Matthew Pruen Matthew Pruen is a coach, consultant and group facilitator working in the fields of personal and organisational development. He is a supervising teacher at the Hoffman institute UK, as well as running a busy coaching practice in London working with teams, couples and individuals. Additionally, Matthew designs and delivers open workshops on a … Continue reading HWH Training Facilitators
HWH MODULE 2: FRIDAY 24TH , SATURDAY 25TH AND SUNDAY 26TH OF MARCH 2017 FROM 9:00 TO 5:00 PM, AT THE SILK MUSEUM, BSOUS The Purpose The HWH program has been developed to help to heal the deeper roots of violence. The causes of violence are rooted in recent but also older and even ancient … Continue reading HWH Training 2017 Module 2
HWH programmes are essentially different experiential journeys through which people become more aware that unresolved past wounds can continue to drive us to violence. These are often well-established but innovative approaches to healing, including the use of drama, storytelling, constellation work, deep spiritual reflection, expressive arts and so forth. The HWH programme has been developed … Continue reading Training in Lebanon
On relationships with ourselves and “The Other”, “What is my responsibility for peace in the world?”, “The power of language” and many other challenging procedures to bring peace and understanding.
Through the HWH workshops, what have you learned about forgiveness? “I have learned that forgiveness is key to almost all relational problems people have; and also, to almost all non-relational problems people have. It is required everywhere and at any time, and could be used in any situation and to any degree. … Our past … Continue reading HWH Training Participants’ Feedback