Conflict Management Strategies Webinar

Event Date
Thu, 28 May 2020
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Join us Thursday, May 28th at noon for a webinar featuring Bridget Brownlow MA'12, Saint Mary's University Conflict Resolution Advisor and alumna.

We've all been spending a lot of time together in our homes during lock down, and that can bring up many stressors and conflicts. Bridget will share strategies to effectively manage conflict during this time of social distancing.

This session will focus on practical / applicable concepts and skills which are key for effective conflict management and / or in managing difficult conversations with family / friends / colleagues / others.

Individual conflict management styles will be examined; as well as electronic communication, conflict management and social distancing. Special attention will focus on ways to address challenges in managing conflicts at home given the limitations of social distancing.

Registrants will be sent a webinar link prior to the event. 


Bridget E. Brownlow MA'12, Con.Res.Cert.
Conflict Resolution Advisor, Saint Mary’s University

Bridget Brownlow is the Conflict Resolution Advisor for Saint Mary’s University. She holds a Master’s degree (History) and is a certified conflict resolution specialist with over 25 years of extensive experience in organizational conflict management.

Part of her expertise is focused on delivering a wide range of appropriate and alternative dispute resolution services, training and education designed for students, faculty, staff and unions at all levels within the university.

For the past fifteen years, Bridget has been the Senior Coordinator for an international conflict resolution initiative in Northern Ireland / North of Ireland. This involves working directly with students, faculty and staff in the development and implementation of peace education programs in collaboration with Peaceful Schools International and Saint Mary’s University.

Bridget is currently the President of Peaceful Schools International and teaches part-time in the Department of Political Science, The Irish Studies Programme as well as the Faculty of Education at Saint Mary’s University.

If you have any questions, please contact us at or 902.420.5420.

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