The course will explore peacebuilding skills through the lens of neuroscience, dialogue, restorative justice, and trauma-informed principles. This course will explore the roles of mindfulness, Nonviolent Communication, restorative justice, the neurobiology of trauma and state-dependent functioning, conflict transformation, and healing in conflict resolution. Students will participate in and practice the Reflective Structure Dialogue methodology for engaging groups in conflict. Through case studies, role plays, guest speakers and reading, we will dive deeper into the dialogue that makes conflict an opportunity rather than a source of further trauma.
Course fulfills the following requirements:
MAP - Core course
MAIRS - Ministerial Studies: Arts of Ministry
MAC - Chaplaincy Elective
MAC - Islamic Chaplaincy Pathway Elective
[Course is closed to auditors]
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