News Archives: March 2015
Internal Family Systems Therapy shares many principles with the Public Conversations Project. Both offer approaches to adversarial relationships that change the conversation from argument to dialogue. IFS and PCP emphasize listening with curiosity and compassion through radical listening and compassionate witnessing. The focus of PCP is on shifting interpersonal interactions in the context of divided communities and divisive public issues, while IFS focuses on creating new conversations with different aspects of ourselves.READ MORE >
Public Conversations is approaching its 25th Anniversary, marking a quarter-century since our founding associates began their work in the field of public discourse. That's 25 years of building healthier dialogue, asking better questions, listening with resilience, and empowering communities to explore deep differences constructively.READ MORE >
We asked our alumni how they wanted to engage with Public Conversations Project, and they offered some specific ideas: community and continued learning.
We are excited to invite you to join our first alumni gathering this spring, designed to build a network of alumni, offer continued education, and learn from one another.READ MORE >