It’s the basis for theories of good and evil. Requests to do no harm are a foundational part of most religions.
Neuroscience has recently added its voice to this dialogue, with brain studies into sociopaths, criminal behavior, and what supports the move toward prosocial living.
Sarah Peyton, one of Susan Skye’s students and mentees, speaks about the New Depths process and related neuroscience topics. Join Sarah for “Psychopaths, Criminals, and Ordinary Joes,” an exploration of recent brain research that helps us understand how Paris happened, and hear inspiring stories drawn from ten years of teaching NVC at a medium security prison that give us real hope that it’s possible to co-create a different kind of world.
(Visuals are included in your teleseminar purchase.)
Teleseminar MP3 Recording + Handouts – $20
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