of the person and they are led with an interdisciplinary approach
by the Uniterra staff and by experts from different backgrounds.
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The Facilitation and Elderhood course is a path of personal and collective transformation. On a personal level, human beings have to overcome old relational patterns, especially those that make us distrustful, reactive and often aggressive, and develop a more empathetic and compassionate communication, as well as a creative attitude towards life.
At the community level, human beings have to overcome old structures of collective organization, especially those that contain domination and abuses of power and create organizations that imitate and sustain life, creating adequate spaces for participation, cooperative work, and mutual learning.
The Facilitation and Elderhood course is a proposal developed by José Luis Escorihuela, ‘Ulises’, based on long experience as a group facilitator and on a solid theoretical basis, which includes Social Psychology, Theory of Complex Systems, the Work of Processes (A. Mindell), Integral Theory (K. Wilber), or Nonviolent Communication (M. Rosenberg), among others.
Medium level (8 modules, 120 hours in total): Facilitation practice in a supervised and safe space. Development of personal skills and facilitation of groups. The middle level is aimed at learning techniques and facilitation tools for groups while developing important personal skills.
Training accredited by the International Institute for Facilitation and Change Europe (Instituto Internacional de Facilitación y Cambio Europa – IIFACe)