On Conflict and Resolution
Centre for Existential Practice (CEP)
On Conflict and Resolution: an existential-phenomenological perspective
Online via zoom
Presenter: Karen Weixel-Dixon, PhD
Conflict always felt like a deeply personal event to Karen: it was grounded in the threat of loss and submission. Conflict appeared in every context: political, professional, familial, social. She felt compelled to explore the source of this ubiquitous phenomenon. In this conversation Karen will discuss with Alison the essence and effects of inter-personal conflict. Is it a necessary process? Are there positive consequences that may compensate for the uncomfortable feelings that attend the occasion? What is it that most of us find so debilitating and threatening in this kind of encounter? Karen will posit that how we engage in conflict and our attitudes to the possibilities inherent in the encounter, reveal a great deal about our worldview, with reference to our expectations of ourselves, and of others.
About the presenter
Karen Weixel-Dixon is a psychotherapist, counsellor, supervisor, accredited mediator, and trainer. She maintains a private practice working with individuals, couples and families. She was a visiting lecturer for more than twenty years at Regents University London. Karen has written and published two books, Existential Group Counselling and Psychotherapy,2020, Interpersonal Conflict, an existential, psychotherapeutic and practical model,2017, and co-wrote Existential Therapy, with Dr. Susan Iacovou, 2015, all published by Routledge.
Date: 19 Aug 2021 19:00-20:30
Location: online via zoom (registrants will receive an invitation to participate and all the details they require in advance of the date)
These webinars are part of the Global Conversations 2nd series. All are 1.5 hours and all are featured on the page linked below.
Cost: $100 for each or $320 for all 5.
This event counts as 1.5 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements
For full details regarding the event please go to the website.