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SKILLS:      Active Listening  Communication Skills    Conflict Resolution        De-escalation         Implicit Bias Restorative Circle Practices       Self-Care     Stereotypes        Tone-Policing        Trauma Skills

Welcome to Act-Out Equity.
Here we teach skills to improve our
ability to have positive outcomes
when having difficult conversations.

SKILLS (20)

*  Active Listening
*  Body Language
Bystander Intervention
*  Communication Skills
*  Conflict Resolution-Management
De-escalation Skills
*  Difficult Conversations
*  Embodiment Skills
*  Emotional First-Aid
*  Facilitation Skills
*  Implicit Bias
*  Mediation Skills
*  Negotiation
*  Non-Violent Communication
*  Restorative Circle Practices
*  Self-care Techniques
*  Stereotypes
*  Tone-Policing
*  Trauma Skills
*  Trauma Intervention Program (TIP)

SKILL CATEGORIES

LEARNING TO COMMUNICATE

Active Listening
Body Language
Tone-Policing
Non-Violent Communication
Communication Skills

PUTTING SKILLS INTO THE PROCESS

Bystander Intervention
Conflict Resolution
De-escalation Skills
Difficult Conversations
Facilitation Skills
Implicit Bias
Mediation Skills
Negotiation
Stereotypes

TRAUMA

Trauma Skills
Trauma Intervention Program (TIP)
Restorative Circle Practices
Embodiment Skills
Emotional First Aid
Self-care

Our Services

Communication Skills

Active Listening

Active listening is a technique way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding in order to solving disputes or conflicts. It requires that the listener fully concentrate, understand, respond and then remember what is being said. It is an important first step to defuse the situation and seek solutions to problems.

Body Language

Body Language…

Bystander Intervention

Bystander Intervention…

Communication Skills

Communication skills is the ability to convey information to another effectively and efficiently. They are also the abilities to communicate ideas, feelings or what’s happening around you when giving and receiving different kinds of information. Communication skills involve listening, speaking, observing and empathizing.

Conflict Resolution

Conflict resolution is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and retribution. It encompasses the use of nonviolent resistance measures by conflicted parties in an attempt to promote effective resolution and alleviates or eliminates discord through conciliation.

De-escalation

To de-escalate is to decrease/reduce the level of intensity, extent, volume, magnitude, or scope of (a crisis, conflict or potentially violent situation); to (cause to) become less dangerous or difficult.

MEDIATION

Mediation…

NEGOTIATION

Negiotiation…

Restorative Circle Practices

Restorative Circle Practices

Self-Care

Self-care is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health. When practicing self-care, one is taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress.

tone-policing

Tone-Policing is…

trauma skills

Trauma is…

...and more!!!

We welcome suggestions for additional skills to be taught.