[Noisebridge-discuss] Community, FTP, & Problem Solving
dmhomee at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 22:02:08 UTC 2013
I tried pulling in a several therapists, and actually contacted a radical
psychologist collective in the east bay to see if they would work with us,
but no luck :( I agree and still think it's a great idea -- do you have
anyone in your networks to recruit?
On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Adrian Chadd <adrian.chadd at gmail.com>wrote:
> On 27 June 2013 14:44, Naomi Most <pnaomi at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Count me in, subscribe me to your mailing list, etc.
> > We ought to be sourcing studies of human behavior, examples from
> > anthropology and history, and as much 3rd party, impartial observation
> > of our culture as we can get our hands on (which does not amount to
> > much; I have looked around and found only a tiny handful of non-NB
> > folks willing to listen to the horrors that occur at NB and read the
> > accompanying mailing list threads).
> Does Noisebridge have any or know any mediators / therapists who have
> this kind of experience?
> A lot of this kind of conflict resolution boils down to figuring out
> what is actually going to work for both/all parties and helping that
> along. Trying to apply one or a few techniques to all people -
> especially the extremely varied group of people that Noisebridge seems
> to attract.
> I'd suggest pulling in some people who have a background in mediation,
> psychology and therapy. My degree doesn't come with 10+ years of
> experience with this, so I will remain a (mostly) interested observer.
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