Polarized: Real Dialogue for Opposing Sides
Real Dialogue is a method and a skill designed to maintain the emotional space for dialogue during polarization, emotional threat, stress, or perceived offense. It counteracts our natural tendencies to dehumanize each other and create enemies when we feel unheard, unseen, or unknown. Different from conflict resolution, mediation, or any form of compromise, Real Dialogue is a form of negotiation or creative conflict that allows individuals to remain mindful and in contact while in disagreement. In any conflict or discovery process, people need each other’s perspectives in order to find enduring...Read more solutions. New ideas and meaning are not always obvious but can be discovered through authentic and open contact with others, something that humans guard against when they feel threatened. Real Dialogue is used between adults who are in dispute in families, at work, or in the public domain. Less...
- Explain why the theory of the “snow globe” of subjectivity is critically important for untangling projective identifications.
- Define “emotional threat,” the feelings associated with it, and what it evokes in others.
- Identify the role of emotional triggers in eliciting feelings of shame, humiliation, anxiety or rage
- Intermediate to Advanced
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About the speaker
Polly Young-Eisendrath, PhD
CE Information - Earn 3 CE Credit Hours
American Psychological Association
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