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Listening In Times of Conflict


Teach students how to Listen in Times of Conflict in this course for educators of teens and young adults.

Listening And Empathizing Are Essential Skills For Students To Learn When Relating To Family, Friends, And Peer Groups

Our listening is often selective and not very attentive – this leads to misunderstandings. When we’re arguing during a conflict, most of us are not listening. In order to listen, we have to quiet our minds and consciously create a space where listening can occur.

Whether you work with Secondary or College learners, we provide practical materials to motivate students to view listening as a valuable skill, a skill that restores balance and harmony, even in times of conflict.

This Course Will Teach Teens And Young Adults To:

  • Create Mental and Emotional Space in Readiness for Listening
  • Be Present, Turn Inward, Get Comfortable With Silence
  • Restore Inner Balance and Harmony
  • Practice Self-Empathy
  • Understand What Blocks Genuine Listening To Others
  • Increase Self-Awareness by Listening to Their Own Needs and Values
  • Increase Social Awareness by Listening for Needs and Values of Others

You Will Receive:

  • 4 x 40 Minutes Lesson Plans
  • Guided Meditations
  • Classroom Resources


  • Teens/College Students – 14 to 21 years

Length of Course:

  • 4 Weeks – 40 minutes per Lesson. Total 160 minutes.


  • Download immediately, lifetime access

How Does It Work?

  • You will receive four lesson plans, including guided meditations and classroom resources, to facilitate and deliver a complete 4-Week Course.

Who Is This Course Suitable For:

  • Educators, Youth Leaders, Parents, or anyone committed to supporting Teens and Young Adults in deepening their understanding of Empathy, Compassion, and Compassion In Action.


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