Conscience is an inward knowledge of right and wrong with a compulsion to do what is right, a liberty experienced when living in accord with what is right and true.
For leaders to learn skills to take back to their homes, communities and groups, who love life, act on conscience and create culture.
An experiential workshop to build community and to practice skills necessary for nonviolent use of power; a foundation for all other workshops (AVP equivalent training).
An experiential workshop to practice personal and cooperative tools to discharge and reprocess emotional pain or distress in order to face and heal from challenging experiences.
An experiential workshop to play with materials using nonviolent directions in ways that build intergenerational connections and reconstitute developmental capacities eroded by exposure to stress and violence.
An experiential workshop to learn to listen to and act on conscience, accurately perceive the nature of things, base one's decision making on discernment and exchange feedback.
A writing workshop to create statements of conscience, consider implications for daily life and practice speaking publicly from your conscience.
An open studio with minimal facilitated times to exchange feedback while creating outward forms to reflect inward knowledge.
Nadine Hoover, PhD, founder of Conscience Studio, is a Quaker, educator, counselor, nonviolence trainer, massage therapist & Karate instructor with a doctorate in International Development.
She's a person of conscience, experimenting with conscience and life's transforming power in every moment.
Materials describe universal practices of peace and nonviolence, support experiments with discernment in daily life, and provide personal stories, for children as well as adults.