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  • Conflict Resolution for Young People - Video Resource

    Created: 09/02/2017

    Last year, Conflict Resolution Services and Cyrenians created a free video resource for young people focusing on the topic of anger.

    The response was overwhelmingly positive from young people, and they heard many from teachers, project workers, support staff and more who have used the video successfully to kick-start conflict resolution and emotional intelligence sessions for young people.

    So they decided to make another video and would love to share with you.

    In episode two of their ‘Resolving Conflict with Jamie & Mr Clubber’ educational series the ‘beardy man who can’ and his ‘petulant puppet pal’ get a shock when they swap bodies and gain a different point of view on life. Crazy doctors, crying children and weird science experiments are par for the course as Jamie and Mr Clubber explore the complex (and confusing) topic of empathy.

    You can find the videos YouTube for ease of access but you are more than welcome to request your own digital copy if you would prefer. Contact Alan Jeffrey by calling 0131 475 2354 or e-mail: [email protected]

    Video links:

    Empathy: Click here

    Anger: Click here




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