The Public Conversations Project (PCP) began in 1989 when a group of family therapists from the Family Institute of Cambridge started exploring whether their ways of working with personal conflicts could be fruitfully applied to public disputes.
Part “think tank,” part service provider, and part training center, we house a broad range of capacities under one roof.
Our major services include:
- convening, designing, and facilitating dialogues, meetings, and conferences;
- training, both packaged and customized;
- consulting to those who want to apply our methods and resources;
- writing and speaking to a variety of professional and general audiences.
We offer a number of services to help more people have the opportunity to engage in constructive conversations that reach across differences. To learn more about our services, click one of the links below.