Disagree with Grace

Become part of the solution!

Do you experience conversations of conflict as a boxing ring or a climbing wall? Do you want to be part of the solution in our highly divided families, communities, and culture? This class will introduce you to skills that engage conflict with curiosity and purpose that build compassion and connection beyond our differences. Meets live on Zoom Tuesdays, 7-8:30 pm, November 8th and 15th.

November 8th & 15th

Live On Zoom


Intellectual and Spiritual Humility Institute (ISHI) Director

Dr. Rebecca Letterman

Having earned a BA in English from Roberts Wesleyan University, an MA in Linguistics from Syracuse University, a PhD in Linguistics from Cornell, and an MDiv from Northeastern Seminary, Dr. Letterman specializes in the developmental power of language, purpose, and embodied habits (such as mindfulness and other self-awareness developmental practices) as factors of human connection and collaborative problem-solving. Dr. Letterman strives to help individuals and organizations discover the link between theory and practice. She facilitates workshops designed to help individuals and teams better understand such pragmatic topics as: personal engagement and conflict styles; power and inclusion dynamics; mindfulness for change; and whole-person health and development trajectories. She supports individuals and teams in learning skills of listening and clear expression of values - skills that help people discover challenging contexts as invitations to significant human connection as well as personal and leadership development.

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