Empathy: A Key to Solving Homelessness (featuring Ryan Dowd)

Spend a day with renown, entertaining speaker and global trainer Ryan Dowd and learn effective strategies for solving problems, preventing conflict and serving houseless people with less stress. Each all-day training on how to use empathy-driven strategies with homeless individuals is meant for outreach workers, shelter assistants, housing specialists, volunteers working with homeless people, or the general public. Content covered will be the same for both days.

Ryan Dowd has spent most of his career as an executive director of  a large homeless shelter, is a licensed attorney, and has his master’s degree in public administration. He also authored A Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness. Ryan is the founder of Homeless Library, a curated collection of 60-90 minute sessions dedicated to equipping frontline workers with knowledge and intervention methods for specific situations and subpopulations.

For more information please contact Florence Tolentino by email or at 808.447.2829

Date: November 21st or 22nd, 2022

Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location: Hawaii Okinawa Center
94-1068 Ka Uka Blvd.,
Waipahu, HI 96797

Price: early-bird – $60/registrant
after Oct. 21st – $75/registrant
after Nov. 7th – $85/registrant