Implementing an affective component into a group program can bring a new level of intensity and exploration.The Affective Component in BIP is anything but an “anger management” approach. Strategies that increase participant introspection and personal responsibility with an affective focus are explored and demonstrated here. In the highly experiential approach that the Family Peace Initiative has become known for, this training gives the facilitator more tools and strategies that can be instantly applied. Building on the tools introduced in the Art of Facilitation, this workshop teaches the techniques and strategies needed to need to explore the adverse emotional world of group participants without ever providing an excuse for cruel behavior.
In this two-day training experience, participants will learn:
The Affective Component in BIP training enables the attendee to add a new dimension into their facilitation approach. With the Level 2 training completed, the Level 3 workshop, Mastering the Family Peace Initiative will pull everything together.
* As the FPI approach is taught in a progressive manner through the 3 workshops, The Art of Facilitation is a pre-requisite for the Level 2 and level 3 trainings.