San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) September 10, 2010
The first resource is "Experiential Activities for a Better World: Guide book for Facilitators, Teachers, Trainers and Group Leaders".
"Experiential Activities for a Better World" delivers the information and inspiration needed to become a catalyst for personal and global transformation. It provides insights, methods, perspectives, tools and over 100 activities for facilitators, teachers, clergy, counselors, trainers, activists and group leaders – anyone who would like to transform injustice and inspire hope and healing in themselves and others.
Readers can use the insights, tools and activities in this book to work with themselves, another person, in pairs, small groups and large groups. Many of the approaches, tools and activities in the book can be used by people with little or no experience. For people with experience, there are additional chapters of instruction and intermediate and advanced activities and handouts.
Lara Mendel, Co-Founder / Executive Director of The Mosaic Project said “the brilliance, creativity, and compassion of Marilyn Levin's extraordinary trainings are captured in a book. This is an incredibly rich resource, packed with dynamic activities and brilliant ideas and insights. It is a must have for facilitators!“
Nina S Roberts, Ph. D. of San Francisco State University said, “This book is compiled based on years of experience and researching the best resources out there. Marilyn’s commitment to this work and desire to “transform” our lives is evident in the contents of this publication. The activities offer opportunities for change, enable safe risk through exploration, and provide an enjoyable way to understand differences and why they matter.”
To order or read more, go to http://www.experientialactivitiesforabetterworld.com/
The second resource designed to support the work of passionate change agents is a Transformational Activism Weekend Intensive – Powerful Tools for Lasting Change, Oct 1-3, 2010 in Prescott, AZ
Using the perspectives, methodologies and activities articulated in Experiential Activities for a Better World, Prescott College is hosting Marilyn Levin to lead an intensive weekend designed to enhance the effectiveness and fulfillment of anyone working for a cause they care about including activists, students, volunteers, philanthropists, and non-profit staff.
Coming from a place of compassion and opportunity, the intensive will provide participants with insights into the ways in which they inhibit their own effectiveness and sabotage their personal fulfillment and provide extensive support in transforming these barriers to fulfilling on their deeply held commitments.
To Register or find out more, go to http://www.experientialactivitiesforabetterworld.com/prescottcollege.html