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Interested in becoming a trained circle facilitator? Circles are a dialogical tool rooted in Indigenous ways of being that are used to strengthen relationships and build community through storytelling. The Center for Restorative Practices is hosting a 3 part Circle Keepers Training that is made up of 3 training sessions that last about 2 hours each, and take the span of about 4-6 weeks to complete.
This training is experiential by design, includes session readings, group discussions, and requires that you complete a final project consisting of designing and facilitating a circle on campus.