INVITING ENGAGEMENT WITH MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS & GOALS, continued learning for relationship-building
Come take a journey with us as we look closely at the tools, elements, and quality-of-life outcomes on the path of support and service that we walk with others, creating a culture of gentleness.
Creating Companionship and an awareness of community with others invites the experience of feeling valued, and also cultivates a sense of belonging. The relationship-building dynamic of Gentle Teaching navigates the inner, social-emotional landscape, creating meaningful connections with the outer world of one’s environment for supporting new directions and possibilities as it provides accessibility for personal growth.
Together with the Individual and with our community, we can share in explorations, discoveries, the critical developing of one’s narrative, and the continuous mapping out of a meaningful path for one’s learning environment that invites and values self-determined engagement; Journeying with Gentle Teaching benefits the Individual and their quality of life, the professional and their skills and competences in services, and the community in its sustainability of continued learning and celebration of meaningful growth and reciprocation.
Meet the presenters and view their story: Anthony M. McCrovitz (USA) and Maurits Eijgendaal (Denmark).
This workshop for professional development is offered by The SHARE Foundation, in partnership with Quality of Life Institute, Inc., and the Institute of Gentle Teaching.