Establishing "psychological safety" is vital to helping teams function optimally. But - how do you do that?
One of the main ways to create psychological safety is to help people feel seen, heard and understood. We can do that by “Tracking” the speaker, the same way a naturalist might track a deer in the snow.
Another way to create psychological safety is to assert our own needs, advocate for our ideas and do so while speaking non-violently, without attacking others or their ideas. We can do that by using “Impact Statements”. Impact statements are similar to “I” statements, but with a few important refinements.
This will be an interactive experience - with some teaching followed by experiential exercises. You will have the opportunity to practice listening and speaking in a way that promotes psychological safety. You will leave with tools that you can use in any team you are a part of - including your family!
Requests for accommodations can be made when you register to attend. Please provide at least 7 days advance notice.
Jaclyn Long, MFT graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University in 1998 with a degree in Psychology and a specialization in Neuroscience, and went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology in 2003 and in Counseling Psychology in 2004. She has been teaching yoga and mindfulness meditation since 2001. In 2014, Jaclyn became Founder & Director of Mind Body Moms, which provides mindfulness-based wellness programs and international retreats. From the beaches of Bali, to the jungles of Costa Rica, to the heart of Hawaii, Jaclyn has been facilitating international yoga and mindfulness retreats since 2004. She cares deeply about helping people to cultivate a more compassionate relationship with the unique unfolding of their internal experiences, such as thoughts, feelings and sensations.
In 2019, she also became Founder & Director of Mindful Child & Family Therapy, Inc and serves as a mindfulness-based Marriage & Family Therapist. She directs a team of 8 therapists who work with her to provide mental health services in the community.
Jaclyn is also a mom. She draws from the stress-reduction practices that she teaches to sustain, ground and resource herself as a mom. She makes a living offering therapy, facilitating moms groups, leading international retreats and directing two organizations. She makes a life by hanging out with her husband and son, walking on the beach, surfing and practicing yoga and mindfulness. Jaclyn is on a mission to support people on their journey of wellness, and is passionate about introducing people to yoga, mindfulness meditation and self-compassion practices.
Who can attend?
This event is open to 2020 eLab, Jumpstarter, PSIP, and Tiger Challenge students.