Communication and Conflict Resolution: An Introductory Workshop Series for the Residents of Morningside Shelter
MA in Conflict Transformation
The residents of Morningside Shelter in Brattleboro, Vermont were found to have limited skills in the area of communication and conflict resolution. This limited skill set is a contributing factor to chronic homelessness. In order to address this root cause of homelessness and vacuum of strengths, a workshop series was designed and facilitated. Three shelter residents participated in this six session workshop series. By means of a post workshop evaluation, the participants indicated varying degrees of understanding and increased competence with the content of the workshop series material. A critique of the workshop series indicated the need to omit some of the theoretical material and add more experientially based activities to better suit the homeless population of Morningside Shelter.
Peace and Conflict Studies | Social Work
Wentworth, W. Knowles, "Communication and Conflict Resolution: An Introductory Workshop Series for the Residents of Morningside Shelter" (2010). Capstone Collection. 1406.