Cultivating Safe Spaces

I became a Certified Cultivating Safe Spaces Facilitator to incorporate meaningful connection, purpose, and trauma-informed approaches and offer training tools to foster healing for people and the planet and make lasting changes for generations. The necessary conditions, protocols, and perspectives utilized in CSS training support the individual, group, and community. I use these daily in meditations, relationships, parenting, and work practices.

What is Cultivating Safe Spaces? This training provides the tools and understanding to support meaningful relationship building and reconciliation. Reconciliation is an ongoing process and a shared responsibility. This training will provide you with knowledge and practical tools to support your ongoing commitment to working with others. By decolonizing our thinking, understanding ourselves, and healing, we better the world for everyone.

This training can help you pave the way forward and set an example for others, playing an essential role in creating change and influencing those around you. This presentation could greatly impact how you communicate, respond and manage relationships within your working environment, network, and even with family and friends. This training will provide you with tools and language to cultivate safe spaces for your teams, clients and partners.

Emily is a welcoming and warm facilitator who has taken the time to ensure she has provided the most inclusive space both physically and emotionally for those who attend. She is well educated, open and honest. The session was empowering and provided a basis of what is needed to begin the process of reconciliation within cultural contexts and within individual families. It was a pleasure to hear the voices of others and their experiences and how they are moving forward to make differences within their communities.

~ Training Participant

For training inquiries and rates, please contact me for more information.

Cultivating Safe Spaces Training includes the following:

  • Four Necessary Conditions for Cultivating Safe Spaces – Understanding Self, Love-Based Practice, Patience, and Discipline.
  • Promotion of the Four Protocols for Cultivating Safe Spaces – Well-being, Inclusion, Freedom, and Validation (and why they matter).
  • Exploring the Four Perspectives – Tradition, Relationship, Innovation, Action.
  • Understanding Vicarious Trauma.

Cultivating Safe Spaces in the workplace is crucial for the well-being of everyone involved. Employees feel valued and included by fostering a sense of belonging and community, leading to higher job satisfaction and engagement. Additionally, having a safe space promotes open and honest communication, bringing people together to solve problems more efficiently. Cultivating safe spaces helps to promote diversity and inclusivity, which is essential for the growth and success of any organization. It makes the workplace more equitable by actively working to dismantle systems of power and privilege and making space for all voices. It also leads to increased creativity, innovation and better decision-making because everyone’s perspective is heard. Most importantly, cultivating safe spaces can promote employee kindness and empathy. It allows individuals to express themselves without fear of judgment or harm, which leads to more understanding and support among colleagues. A culture of kindness and empathy makes employees feel supported and appreciated, leading to a more positive and healthy work environment. Cultivating Safe Spaces training can benefit employees, work teams and organizations, leading to more productive, healthy, inclusive, and positive work environments. In addition, individuals gain tools to succeed in all areas of their personal lives and working environments.

Virtual and In-Person Training Sessions Offered To:

  • Individuals
  • Community
  • Education
  • Businesses
  • Government
  • Non Profit Organizations
  • Mental Health & The Arts
  • Community Organizations

For training inquiries and rates, please contact me for more information.

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