UN_ESCALATE – Workshop Thu 30th Jan, 2020

These are difficult times and this is difficult work: how might we approach it first as human beings?

Escalation is a dynamic that involves at least two people.

We all “escalate“: in response to [something in] our environment, and in context of our whole life experience.

Whatever a person is doing is both an expression of a deeply felt need, and a survival response.

Whatever survival response we tend to fall back on is likely one that we’ve learned from how life has treated us and one that’s worked so far… but is also not the only one and may not the best one for this moment.

The only person I can “de-escalate” is me.

How do we draw uopn experiences of being in role of  worker required to “de-escalate” a person said to be “in need of de-escalation”?

How do we draw upon experiences of beineg that person said to be “in need of de-escalation”?

How might we go beyond the operationalisation, steps and rules based approach of  “de-escalation” and instead UN_ESCALATE?

A concentrated half-day WORKshop for WORKers…
Sharing ideas and practical stuff you can use to suck less.
Limited Spaces. Small Groups

Thu 20 Jan, 2020

9:30am to 1.00pm
Fee $75

Kevin Healey

4th Floor, Board Room
69 Queen St E, Toronto




Register online NOW
Registration is online at eventbrite.
Click on the link below or on the BIG PINK BUTTON



Please feel free to print and /or share the poster.
Printable pdf: UN_ESCALATE poster 20.Jan.2020

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We believe people can and do recover from "mental illness" - because we are living it. We believe in the power of supporting each other: learning from and with each other. You are welcome to join us..
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