Webinar: The Neuroscience of Conflict: Defensive vs. Non-Defensive Communication

Thursday, March 5, 2020 @ 3:30pm Eastern

Communication is integral in life. Join Dawn Kuhlman in a FREE 1-hour educational webinar, “The Neuroscience of Conflict: Defensive vs. Non-Defensive Communication”. This presentation will explore parts of the brain that hijack emotions and destroy effective communication. We will also discuss ways to calm the brain for focus, emotion regulation, and non-defensive communication.



Dawn E. Kuhlman is the Executive Director of MARCH (Mediation Achieving Results for Children), serving families in the state of Missouri. She also owns Kuhlman Conflict Solutions, specializing in mediation and trainings on various topics such as communication, perspective-taking, empowerment, forgiveness, and emotion regulation.

Dawn is President and Founder of Human Kind, Inc., a nonprofit and teaches Advanced Mediation at Johnson County Community College. She holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Ball State. Dawn is both a Missouri and Kansas Supreme Court Approved Mediator.

Dawn has trained thousands over the past 15 years on various topics such as mediation, personality type, domestic violence, non-defensive communication, trauma, conflict coaching, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and high conflict personalities.


This webinar is approved for both SILA Designation and Professional Development CE credit. To receive credit you must register and attend the live webinar in entirety.

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