Coming Soon: Riane Eisler's Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives Self-Study Course
Our course creators at the Center for Partnership Systems are busy preparing a new, updated version of the popular course Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives. If you are seeking a foundational, self-directed learning experience in Partnership studies, this course is a great starting point.
The online course includes five self-paced modules, four videos featuring Riane Eisler, a Resource Guide and ways to take action and get involved building Partnership Systems. Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives will be available in October, 2021— watch this space for details and early-bird registration specials.
Spark and sustain your passion for creating a Partnership world
CPS is creating a brand new catalog of webinars and self-paced online courses offered through a multi-media, intuitive learning platform that will enable you to engage with self-directed learning in a whole new way. The new course catalog will include full video replays of CPS's 2017-2020 webinars, as well as new versions of our foundational courses.
Our new catalog of self-paced online courses will launch in 2021 with an updated version of Riane Eisler's course Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives. Additional courses, including Caring Economy courses will be rolling out throughout 2021 and beyond.
New 7-week online course in Partnership with Meridian University
The Center for Partnership Systems is excited to announce that Riane Eisler and Meridian University are offering a new 7-week online Partnership Systems course: Reimagining Power and Revaluing Care: Actualizing the Potentials of Partnership Systems.
Eisler will co-lead the new Partnership Systems Concentration at Meridian, with Aftab Omer, sociologist, psychologist, futurist, and the president of the university, and Melissa Schwartz, Chief Academic Officer at Meridian University, psychologist, and marriage and family therapist.
Starting September 14 through October 31, 2021, Eisler and Omer will be teaching the online course for both the public and Meridian graduate students as part of the Partnership Systems Concentration.
The Partnership Systems track is intended for Master's and Doctoral students in the Psychology and Education programs who aspire to be Partnership Systems Practitioners in the context of their professional goals.
Partnership capabilities enable members of a system to collaborate in generating synergistic outcomes. Five dimensions of partnership capability will receive particular emphasis: relationality, pleasure, prosperity, creativity, and spirituality.
The course consists of seven sessions and costs $250.
- Care, Consciousness, and Partnership Capability
- Relationality: The Foundations of Care
- Pleasure: Affirming Aliveness and Connection
- Prosperity: An Economics of Caring
- Creativity: Art and Craft in the Service of Human Flourishing
- Spirituality: Regenerative Sources of Culture
- Another World is Possible
People Are Saying:
"Riane Eisler's work provides a sense of liberation and hope. It has given me a new perspective on why there is so much unnecessary pain in our society—and how awareness about the dominator/partnership paradigm can create change towards a more caring, sustainable world."—Cherri Pruitt, Colorado, USA, maternal & child health consultant, policy analyst
"Responsible cultural transformation is a powerful idea whose time has come. I believe this is why it inspired such great commitment and engagement from the class—a truly memorable conversation."—Beatrice Churu, Nairobi, Kenya, Deputy Principal Academic, Tanzaga College