Healing Relationships: Liberating the Human Spirit from Gender Oppression
Join us for an introduction to Gender Equity and Reconciliation, an experiential process that opens new pathways to healing, respect, intimacy, and collaboration between people of all genders.
“The future of humanity will be decided not by relations between nations, but by relations between Men and Women.” – D. H. Lawrence
If you have felt discriminated against, disadvantaged, misunderstood, or hurt because of your gender… Join us for a preview of an upcoming 3-day workshop on December 1-3, 2017, north of Seattle.
This evening will provide a brief overview of the history and development of Gender Equity and Reconciliation, followed by an experiential encounter with its practices.
The Gender Equity and Reconciliation process seeks to heal the profound wounds around gender, sexuality, and relational intimacy. It brings together people of all sexual orientations and genders to jointly confront gender oppression, to reach healing and reconciliation.
The Gender Equity and Reconciliation process welcomes people of all sexual orientations, genders, and ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
William Keepin, PhD and Rev Cynthia Brix, PhD (hon) are co-founders of Gender Equity and Reconciliation International (GERI). They have organized over 100 workshops and facilitator trainings in the United States, South Africa, and seven other countries.
Garrett Evans received his BS in conflict resolution from Portland State University and is a graduate of GERI’s 2016-17 professional immersion training.
Workshop organized by Erica Jones.