Community Meeting, Sunday August 4, 2019

In these meetings we are …

 

  • working on creating norms of communication  as a community
  • building on our similarities and learning to communicate our differences
  • aiming to include everyone’s voice in the conversation


We are working towards understanding what we want as individuals from the group and what qualities of this community and these meetings specifically, we find nurturing and important, that will keep bringing us back. To work toward all these goals is quite an ambitious task! I find that at this stage of our Society’s development, such norm-establishing meetings are crucial.
The community members present at the last two meetings have helped shaping the future and our common vision. Whether you were present at those meetings or not, we would love to have you at the next one!
I am hoping that in these meetings as a Community, we will find the path we want to follow as a group-as-a-whole and find the ways we can all contribute in small or bigger ways. Everyone has a seat at our table! Please put this event on your calendar and RSVP to Ildiko Gábor, MFT, CGP
ildikoran@gmail.com

We invite you to contribute your energy and creativity. Please join us!

Time & Location:
Sunday, August 4th, 2019
10am-1pm

Location:
Davis, CA
RSVP for address

It is a potluck. Please bring a dish to share.
Bring a friend, bring a colleague. We welcome non-NCGPS members as well.

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