Conflict Resolution Clinics @ Community Boards
With Sharon Tom & Claudia Miller
Online Via Zoom | November 4, 5:30-7:30 pm PST
Have you ever been in a situation where you witnessed someone in a difficult situation but didn’t know how to help? Would you like to live in a community where you know that everyone was of a mindset where we were not afraid to help and support each other?

This workshop will provide insight into what keeps us from intervening, the impact this has on the community, and restorative responses and practices we can use to intervene and still be safe.
Sharon Tom
Sharon, CEO and founder of ‘Ohana Resource Group, has been a practitioner/trainer in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Industry for over 20 years. Her expertise is in working with communities, families, businesses and schools teaching the skills to understand and utilize the unique strengths of individuals, the fine art of effective communications, culture diversity and various modalities to deal with disputes. She has taught lawyers, judges, therapists, politicians, parents and teachers these skills to enhance their abilities to strengthen interpersonal relationships and deal with conflictual situations.
Claudia Miller
Claudia is passionate about conflict resolution with a special fondness for Restorative Justice. She received her training in restorative justice with Dominic Barter, studied non-violent communication, World Work, the Art of Convening, and many other methods of resolving conflict with nonviolent practices. Claudia received her master or liberal arts degree from the University of Creation Spirituality (Naropa University) in 2000. For the past 10 years, she has been a volunteer mediator with SEEDS for elders, the Civil Harassment Court in Oakland, and several long-term projects with Oakland Unified School district and Berkeley Public libraries.
  • Date: November 4, Thursday
  • Time: 5:30-7:30pm PST
  • Cost: CB Members, $25 | Public, $45
  • Location: Online via Zoom