Tea & Empathy workshop hosted by Melanie Lucash
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- Estimated Value
- $600 USD
- $75 USD to grb6cef67
- Number of Bids
- 1 - Bid History
Empathy: The state of having curiosity about, and nonjudgmental engagement with, someone else’s emotional world.
Bring Melanie to your group for an afternoon of warm beverages and empathy with your friends, co-workers, family and community! Tea and Empathy, created by Kate McCombs, is a workshop that invites you to explore what empathy means, practice empathic communication with the people around you, and receive empathy from other participants. We'll discuss mindfulness, self-care, what empathy is and isn't, and how to practice empathic communication as a parent, coworker, friend, and partner.
As Kate says, "Tea & Empathy events are designed to help you feel more empathized with so you have the bandwidth to be more empathetic to others. You get your own cup refilled so you can help fill others’ cups."
Learn more about the history of Tea & Empathy and what to expect: http://www.katemccombs.com/teaandempathy/
Melanie Lucash is an enthusiastic, nerdy sex and relationships educator with a passion for creating transformative spaces where people can have meaningful conversations about love, relationships, sexuality, and *all the feels.* Melanie currently works in the Boston/Providence area as a sexuality educator for folks of all ages and backgrounds. She and Kate McCombs became fast friends in the summer of 2015, and both are elated to bring Tea and Empathy workshops to amazing groups of people all over the world.
Item Special Note
This event requires a minimum of 8 participants and no more than 24 participants. Melanie is willing to travel to the following places to provide a workshop at the location your choosing:
- Rhode Island
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York City
- Southern Maine
- Eastern Pennsylvania
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