Developed by Dr. Gene Beresin, Executive Director of the Clay Center and Senior Educator in child and adolescent psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, our conflict resolution curriculum provides educators a holistic approach to teaching students how to build the necessary life skills to identify and manage conflict in a healthy way. By learning to address and overcome conflict, we can improve our relationships and achieve positive and personal growth.
At the end of the Conflict Resolution Curriculum, students will be able to:
Conflict Resolution will be explored in four sessions:
1. LEARNING FROM THE ARTS + MEDIA
2. APPLYING TO REAL LIFE SCENARIOS
3. CHANGING THE CULTURE OF A COMMUNITY
4. GROUP REFLECTION AND NEXT STEPS
Learning to resolve conflicts is a healthy manner is a skill that can be taught and developed over time. Like many things, it takes practice to grow and gain confidence in our abilities to de-escalate conflict and work towards positive resolution and healthy school communities.
If you are interested in learning more about this program or bringing this curriculum to your school or organization, contact Michelle Marshall.