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Six Rivers Dispute Resolution Center

Six Rivers Mediation is a non-profit dispute resolution center and receives funding from local, state and federal organizations in order to provide low cost conflict resolution and education services.  Our mediators and facilitators are highly trained volunteers dedicated to helping people solve problems and resolve conflict.  We strive to create positive conversations and a safe environment for settling disputes, as well as education and training opportunities.

Cultivate Compassion Workshop

Cultivate Compassion Workshop

Six Rivers Dispute Resolution Center welcomes certified Nonviolent Communication trainer Fred Sly for this full-day workshop to explore and practice: breaking patterns that get in the way of navigating conflict, contributing to peace in every interaction, expanding your capacity for empathy, and transforming conflict into productive dialogue. Proceeds benefit low income mediation and conflict coaching in 7 counties of the Columbia Gorge. This workshop will offer CEUs and you can learn more by contacting us. This workshop is generously sponsored by Waucoma Bookstore and Middle Mtn. Tax Services through the Columbia Center for the Arts Partnership Program.

July 22, 9am-5pm

Venue: Columbia Center for the Arts, 215 Cascade Avenue, Hood River, Oregon, 97031

Registration: $45, Limited number of scholarships available!

Payment can be made by cash, check, or through Eventbrite at the link below

Eventbrite - Cultivate Compassion Workshop: a Nonviolent Communication Training for All

Additional donations are welcome anytime here

Our mailing address is: PO Box 1594, Hood River, OR 97031

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Frustrated?  Stressed?  Need help identifying ways to move forward?  Explore our website to learn how we can help.

Mission Statement

By establishing a forum where each party is heard, we teach listening.

By creating an environment where each party can speak, we teach communication.

By developing processes that seek resolution, we teach the importance of dialogue.

By building these processes into a method of mediating disputes we teach citizenship.