The following concepts and principles lay a foundation of considerations for what people often find themselves trapped within.
Real relationship resolution is not about fixing problems nor mending what appears to be broken. There are relationship perspectives that are often overlooked which create misunderstanding.
Often, people are strangers within their relationships and one of the only things they share is their anger towards each other. These are common characteristics/principles that most people share.
Being right changes NOTHING… and when it’s all said and done, no matter who is right, everything is still broken. There must be a careful process in place to understand the differences (without making the other person wrong), clarify the why behind the decisions being made and establish an avenue for internal resolution.
Facilitated Resolution Process
The defined purpose of the Family Collaboration Workshop is to DISCOVER the underlying causes of differences which then provide insight into the stress and conflict within relationships.
If addiction of any form is found, or resurfaces during this 7-Step Process, a non-judging, non-confrontational approach is available beginning with a multitude of family recovery resources (ie. But… I Kicked the Habit) that engage the family and all of those who have been impacted.
The models used throughout the 7-Step Process are well accepted and proven by Psychology, Sociology and Theology. They are not designed to influence an outcome. Their only purpose is to:
- Describe all the influencing facts
- Illustrate the impact of each element (cause and effect)
- Reflect the complement (understanding the application of duality)
This opens the door to a structured DISCOVERY process:
- Define the real problem
- Develop many answers (choices)
- Implement a solution that benefits all parties
Our Family Collaboration Workshop begins with three foundational principles to keep us focused on the present so we can create a future:
- Purity of Intention
From that foundation we really get to work.
- Learn new perspectives
- Understand other’s perspectives
- Implement change in the thinking process
- Measure and assess the success of the implementation
A skilled facilitator will partner with you to keep this process and these principles on track.
The Family Collaboration Workshop is part of a global movement. To learn more about these concepts and more, visit: A World Turned Upside Down.