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Creating Safe Spaces for Others with Nancy Guerrera and Charlene Hoey

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Sometimes it can be difficult to find a safe place to voice your thoughts. That is why creating that space for others is so important. In this episode of Turning Inward, Dr. Vivian Carrasco has a lighthearted conversation with Nancy and Char about creating a safe place for others within American culture. To hear more about how you can nurture your emotional learning and improve your ability to receive vulnerability, join us in this episode of Turning Inward. 

Today, Vivian Discusses:

  • Creating creative responses and improv thought 
  • Practicing being open and receiving 
  • How American education has evolved 
  • Setting up a safe space for everyone to be accommodated 
  • Learning emotional understanding and conflict resolution skills
  • How to evaluate cues from other people 


Your Invitation to The Art of Possibility Book Club:

I’m all about transformation, not just more information so it’s experiential. Remember that my gig is all about training the mind and seeing from the eyes of your heart.

In a single word you can define it as *Metanoia: (n.) The journey of changing one’s minds, heart, self, and way of life.

In the Art of Possibility Book Club we learn how to do that. You can read the book on your own, or you can join us in our book club. We met live for 10 sessions January through March 2018. You can join us in Within (U)niversity at or send me an email with a request for the links at

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You have a collection of DIY and self-study courses available to you here –  Within (U) Dashboard 

You can watch videos here – YouTube Channel

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Other than here, my favorite place to hang out and be social is Instagram 

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