Ellenhorn New Perspectives Series: Curiosity, radical hospitality and the careful, caring work of facilitating a space for growth
Can you think of anything more curative than to be witnessed in your unique and original existence by a careful and inquisitive other? It’s no mistake that “curiosity,” and “cure” share the same root. They should, since being curious about another human being is indeed a supreme act of caring, another word with similar roots.
In this introductory talk, I address curiosity and its therapeutic power, and show how it connects to an experience of “radical hospitality” and the ability to enter into meaningful, facilitative dialogues.
- Participants will gain an understanding of the relationship between “radical hospitality” and curiosity and how it can be used in a therapeutic setting.
- Participants will learn how to utilize curiosity in order to enter into meaningful, facilitative dialogues.
- Participants will be able to identify the link between “curiosity” and therapeutic growth.
This course course provides one (1) continuing-education credit. Participants must attend the entire course and complete a course evaluation in order to receive credit. A certificate certifying continuing-education credit will be emailed three weeks after completion of the course.
To learn more about this talk, and the New Perspectives Series, please visit www.newperspectivestx.com