Forgive For Good

April 21, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Online

Join us for an introduction to the skills in letting go of grievances, thoughts and emotions that no longer serve us. This treatment modality is based on the groundbreaking research of the Stanford Forgiveness Project developed by Dr. Fred Luskin. Merton Chinen, MSW, supports and participates with forgiveness-peace related initiatives, including the Hawaii Forgiveness Project, Hawaii Center for Attitudinal Healing, and Community of Christ Church. He is a retired social worker & administrator and has a keen interest in forgiveness as a practical life skill available to all. Susan Foard , M.Ed, LMHC currently facilitates Forgive for Good groups. She retired after 40 years working with persons with disabilities. Recently, she earned her black belt in Nia. Nia is a mind, body, spirit movement form which includes martial arts, dance arts and healing arts.

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Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Mānoa Campus

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