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Enhancing Intercultural Competence through Eastern Movement Work: Exploring Options for “Happy Ending” Scenario

Thu Oct 19, 2017
3:50 PM - 5:05 PM
Coral Room

Description

Movement work assists in coping with Peggy Pusch’s three overarching goals: warding off psychological stress, influencing the way you effectively communicate with others, and providing you with a framework for establishing interpersonal relationships. (Fowler & Mumford, 1995, xiii)  In order to assist in dealing with these three critical skills we need to tap into Emotional and intuitive intelligence—to recognize our “felt sense” and feelings of the moment, sensing the environment and explore options for most constructive actions. Learning though actually moving our body (kinetic simulation games) will help us tap into that internal intelligence and enhance competence in reflexivity, resilience, interpersonal communication.


Speaker:

 
Hamilton Cruz
Humanities Instructor, University of Phoenix
 
Kaoru Yamamoto
Professor, Asia University

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