Thursday, November 17, 3:30pm-4:30pm Eastern
Dawn Kuhlman devoted two years of her life examining the relationship between self-forgiveness, forgiveness of others and mental health (e.g., guilt, shame, anger, depression, etc). In this webinar, she will share the results of her research and the implications of the findings on both intra- and interpersonal relationships. We will also discuss the forgiveness process and how to move forward, explore the impact of not forgiving and differentiate the internal processes of self-forgiveness from forgiveness of others. Registration is required to attend this FREE, public webinar.
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Dawn Kuhlman, MA is the Executive Director of M.A.R.C.H. Inc. (Mediation Achieving Results for Children) a state-wide nonprofit serving eligible families in Missouri witih free mediation and legal services. She holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from University of Dayton where she spent many years exploring and researching forgiveness. Her research results are discussed within her thesis titled "Differentiating Between Forgiveness of Self and Others." Dawn is both a Missouri and Kansas Supreme Court Approved Mediator.
Dawn has trained thousands over the past 20 years on various topics such as mediation, personality type, forgiveness, domestic violence, non-defensive communication, trauma, conflict coaching, emotional intelligence, mindfulness and high conflict personalities. View a Trauma Informed Mediation model that she created.
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