Sat, Feb 12|
Safe Conversations Workshop
Safe Conversations® teaches you to talk without criticism, listen without judgment and connect beyond your differences. You’ll learn how to connect in a safe way so that you can communicate effectively.
Time & Location
Feb 12, 2022, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Dallas, 721 Easton Rd, Dallas, TX 75218, USA
About The Event
Childcare will be provided, as well as light breakfast and lunch. Safe Conversations® teaches you to talk without criticism, listen without judgment and connect beyond your differences. You’ll learn how to connect in a safe way so that you can communicate effectively. Clay and Sonja Arnold are a dynamic couple with many years of diverse ministry experience. As high school sweethearts they say they have helped each other grow up and become healing partners in life and ministry. They have been married for 42 years and helped each other grow through the twists and turns of life, marriage and family. They have pastored large and small churches and have been ministry leaders with organizations in the US and internationally.
Clay and Sonja are the co-founders of Heart Life Coaching DFW where they have been relational/life coaches and have worked with couples and individuals and taught Safe Conversations workshops to people 16 different countries.
As Senior Trainers with Safe Conversations they been part of the collaborative team to create and facilitate the Safe Conversations Train the Leader Program and have enjoyed facilitating cohort groups and supported trained leaders from around the world to present Safe Conversations workshops.
Their favorite testimonial from their speaking has been “Clay and Sonja present in a way that is engaging and transformative, presenting ways of handing difficult issues in a way that makes them doable and fun!”
They currently live in Arlington, Texas with their Black Lab Chewbacca. They have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren. Safe Conversations has been instrumental in learning to move into parenting our adult children and their spouses well and influence our future generations.