Zoom Webinar - Eastern Time Zone
Date: 09 Jun 2021 11:00 AM (Eastern Time)
In this webinar, Daniel Yalowitz will unearth and explore the multifaceted, endlessly fascinating, and delightfully complex experience of human friendship. Just as no two people are alike, neither are any two friendships. He will lead participants through an examination of some of the many universal considerations of friendship based on his years of intercultural research and the recent publication of his book, Reflections on the Nature of Friendship.
Dr. Yalowitz will focus on the following considerations with regard to developing a deeper understanding of friendship:
- What do rubber bands, timepieces, and portals have in common with friendship?
- Why do we choose the people to become our friends?
- How can conflict be healthy for a friendship?
- Into Me You See: What is the art of intimacy in friendship?
- How can we burnish and harvest the gold in friendship?
- In the Age of COVID, what has changed and what hasn’t regarding friendship?
After his presentation, Daniel will respond to participants’ questions and reflections. Join us for a fascinating journey into a world we all know from our life experience yet must learn far more to heighten and deepen this amazing adventure.
To register: On the Art and Nature of Friendship
Registration = FREE for current SIETAR USA members in good standing
Registration = $25.00 for nonmembers
About the Presenter
Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, Ed.D.,is a developmental and intercultural psychologist. He was a member and on the Governing Council for SIETAR International, chaired the international Simulation and Games Committee from 1988-2000, and has been involved in various roles with SIETAR USA intermittently since then. Following a career as a faculty member and senior academic administrator at colleges and universities throughout the United States, Daniel is now an international consultant and trainer focusing on community- and team-building, social/emotional/multiple intelligences, conflict transformation, and intercultural communication and competence. He has published three books to date and serves as the Executive Director, Principal, and Creativity Maven for DCY Consulting, based in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
For more information and to register: On the Art and Nature of Friendship