ICMTA ONLINE PEER SUPPORT CIRCLES
ICMTA is delighted to be offering a brand new peer support service,
facilitated by Deborah Bacon Dilts, Tim Foskett and Bettina Jespersen.
The intention is to offer a safe place where you can go with the issues that you encounter in your teaching practice and be witnessed and supported by a circle of compassionate peers.The process brings energy into motion, gets you curious and gives you different perspectives by seeing what resonated for your colleagues. It is about creating options and not about ready made solutions.
What to expect
There will be a maximum number of eight participants plus one facilitator in a Online Peer Support Online Circle. One person at a time presents his or her issue in words and motion and afterwards is offered the resonances triggered in other participants in words and motion from them for a limited time.
This a FREE service. This is an ICMTA Member Benefit!!
July 1 2020 / 6pm - 8pm CEST / REGISTER
Facilitated by Bettina Jespersen
(other timezones 5pm London / 7pm Moscow / 9am San Francisco)
"I was lucky to participate to a few online peer support Circles. It is an amazing opportunity to connect with other colleagues from different conscious dance practices, share about our teaching practice, whether it is around an issue, a reflection, or/and a celebration. With the great support of a facilitator each circle gives a chance to the participants to reach out or simply share on a solid ground of listening, trust & openness. We can as well give feedbacks in movement to other peers sharing. I love those circles and how we can be a support for each other, learn together and contribute to build a common vocabulary & widen our perspectives."
“I love the way the Peer Support Circle process allows everyone to contribute their creativity, wisdom, intuition and practical experience to support one another. Truly an experience of 6 perspectives being better than one! And that teachers who are often out there practicing on their own get to share their experiences, struggles, celebrations, questions and concerns with fellow travellers. Creating a sense of community.”
Calls are 2 hours.