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Post-Conference Training Opportunity

We encourage conference participants and others in the Bay Area to attend a unique training offered by the Global Facilitator Service Corps (GFSC) on Monday and Tuesday, August 7-8, right after the conference.

Training in Disaster and Crisis Intervention on August 7 and 8

GFSC?’s Disaster and Crisis Intervention workshop for experienced facilitators, called ?“Facilitating Psycho-Social Reconstruction,?” prepares participants to train and mentor other professionals working in direct recuperation efforts, and to design and deliver a DCI workshop to address the needs of a local population in affected areas.

Once the survival needs of people impacted by a disaster are stable, the important work on rebuilding the collective social network and individual lives in the community can begin. That is what Disaster and Crisis Intervention (DCI) does. It uses proven professional facilitation skills and processes to equip individuals in the affected communities with tools that help in their psycho-social reconstruction.

If you work (or will work) with the survivors of disasters, or if you work with organizations, communities or agencies that have responsibilities in disaster or crisis recovery, you should consider participating in this excellent two-day training.

The registration fee for this training is only $200, but you should register soon because spaces are limited. The training will take place at the Eastmont Town Center in Oakland, just a short taxi ride away from the conference hotel. Register for this training online at Contact BJ at or Marieann at if you have questions.

You can also register and pay by check with the form attached to this document. It also includes additional information about the training.

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