‘HOCKSHOP: Let’s Talk About Anger (Free, Online)
With Rachelle Lamb
June 1, 2020
Anger … it’s something that many of us are often conflicted and confused about. In a global crisis, with cancelled plans, prolonged isolation, and deep uncertainty about the future, it’s natural to feel angry — but what do we do about it?
On the one hand we’re told that anger is inappropriate, yet on the other hand we’re told we shouldn’t repress it. There’s no doubt that anger can be a toxic and destructive force, but it’s also true that anger can be constructive, generative, and part of a natural grieving and transformation process. Learning how to channel and express anger in a healthy way is an essential skill for all of us as we navigate the challenge of these times.
‘HOCKSHOPS are mini interactive workshops that are currently being hosted online on Zoom. These virtual sessions will be chock full of ‘how-to’ practical tools and resources to help you navigate change, build resilience and take charge of your self-care. Sessions will be hosted by a Hollyhock team member and feature different Hollyhock presenters with various perspectives – including whole human health, personal leadership, relationship advice for quarantine times, and much more.
Zoom is a video conferencing tool that you may download for free. You will need a device with speakers, microphone, video, and internet connection. A link will be emailed to participants upon completion of your registration (please double-check your Spam folder for this email).
Please come on time, and plan to stay for the full 75 minutes. Once you login to the link, you will enter a “waiting room.” We will then admit everyone at the start time of 5:15pm PT.
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Rachelle Lamb is a speaker, writer and certified Nonviolent Communication trainer. She has worked in the field of Interpersonal Relating and Conflict Resolution for over 20 years. Countless clients have learned how to skillfully navigate interpersonal conflict and challenges through her guidance and instruction, quite often leading to profound breakthrough. rachellelamb.com Read my blog on Hollyhock Talks
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