Right Use of Power Institute
Year Founded: 1994
Model of Therapy: Right Use of Power Approach to Ethics
Available training types: Workshops, Facilitator Trainings, E-courses
This is a dynamic, inspiring, and relational approach to ethical awareness and responsiveness. In a time of great misuse of power, this model offers sound guidance for an emerging ethic that brings compassion to power. Original and engaging, the approach highlights four dimensions of personal and professional power: Be Informed, Be Compassionate, Be Connected, Be Skillful. The books and trainings provide the skills to use power with heart.
About the Founder(s)
Cedar Barstow, MEd, CHT
Cedar Barstow is a Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapist and International Hakomi Trainer. Her work as a therapist, teacher, administrator, and consultant led her to her deep interest in ethics. She saw a place for ethics taught in its largest context: the right use of power. She is the author of Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics, The Right Use of Power Teacher's Manual, and with her husband Reynold Feldman, Living In the Power Zone: How Right Use of Power Can Transform Your Relationships. For more information on Cedar, please visit www.cedarbarstow.com.
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