The Power of Reconnection
After a year-plus of Covid and various lockdowns, people are feeling the need to reconnect more than ever. As we begin to leave our homes and return to our workplaces, as we begin to see friends and family and rediscover the joys of simple activities we took for granted, we find ourselves arriving at a moment of opportunity and reflection.
Young peoples' experience, the pandemic and life chances
Thursday 21 October, 1.30pm
Director of Health Jo Bibby leads the The Health Foundation’s strategy to create the opportunities for everyone to lead a healthy life. She worked in health at local and national level for 25 years, including 10 years at the Department of Health. Jo is a trustee at the Centre for Homelessness Impact and a non-executive director at Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. This event includes a Q&A with our audience.
The Health Foundation
Director of Health
Shining a Light on the Invisible
Friday 15 October, 11am
Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Adam Burley will explore the importance of human connection when we have had so much enforced disconnection. He looks at how for some of the most excluded in society experiencing relational disconnection did not begin with Covid-19, but has often been a lifelong experience. The session will include a Q& A with our audience following his address.
Dr Adam Burley
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Reconnecting Mediation and Emotional Intelligence
Tuesday 12 October, 10am
Ruth Unsworth, Head of Mediation and Wellbeing at the University of St Andrews and guest host Dr Vanessa Collingridge discuss some of the costs, causes and responses to conflict. They will consider how new developments in emotional intelligence can help anyone in conflict. Unsworth will share her experience of developing the University of St Andrews Mediation Service and will include a Q&A.
University of St Andrews
Head of Mediation and Wellbeing at the University of St Andrews
Power of the Heart: A Conversation with Alan Spence
Wednesday 13 October, 12pm
Award-winning poet, novelist and playwright Alan Spence (It's Colours, They Are Fine, The Magic Flute, Way To Go, Glasgow Zen) is joined by in conversation with guest host Colin Waters, SCCR Digital Media and Content Manager. The former Edinburgh Makar will discuss creativity, peace, and meditation, and will read from his own work and others on the theme of 'reconnection'. The event will include a Q&A.
Poet, playwright, novelist
Former Edinburgh Makar
Closing Concert: An Emotive Ensemble
Thursday, 28 October, 7pm
First heard at our 'Symphony of Stories' event in June 2020, join us for a pre-recorded closing concert where we will be joined by talented Scottish musicians. Attendees will be provided with an experience of music that promotes reflection. We encourage you to enjoy this journey of music in a space that encourages you to feel relaxed - whether that be indoors or outdoors, at home or somewhere you find a friendly environment.
Sian/Kinnaris Quintet/Iona Fyfe/Heal & Harrow
///An emotional journey of reflection
Building Relationships That Protect and Heal
Monday, 11 October, 10am
This event is with Karen Young, Neurodevelopment Educator and author of the Hey Sigmund website. We are thrilled to have Karen join us again all the way from Australia after she spoke at our 2020 online international conference. This session will explore how attachment relationships are both healing and protective for children and teens. As part of this workshop we will explore the power of attachment relationships and ways to build relationships that protect and heal. The event will be followed by a Q&A.
Bringing Light to Find Each Other in the Darkness
Thursday 28 October, 10am
This interactive workshop, run by Cyrenians Mediation and Support Service and Focus Ireland, will facilitate a discussion with experienced mediators and ask how we can shed light on seemingly dark situations. What do we mean when we say we use listening, understanding and hope in what can feel like very complex situations to help families reconnect?
Works with the homeless and those at risk of homelessness
A Different Normal – 'Reconnection' workshop
Tuesday 19 October, 10am
Duncan Gordon, Trainer, and Andrew Boyd, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Advisor from Cyrenians Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution, run this interactive workshop. This workshop will explore how it feels to reconnect when we return to a different 'normal'. How will we manage this reconnection and the opportunities and challenges that come with it? The workshop will include activities, a chance for discussion and will finish with a Q&A from our facilitators.
Duncan Gordon/Andrew Boyd
Cyrenians Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution/
Trainer/Mediation and Conflict Resolution Advisor
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SCCR Conflict Resolution Session Series - Family Conflict Triggers
18 January 2022 | 12:00 - 12:45