Jocelyne Durand founded Consciousness 360 in 2011 to present her work as a trainer, researcher, educator, speaker and independent consultant. She is a personal specialized consultant and conflict management expert offering a broad spectrum of strategies and training resources to help individuals and organizations deal effectively with difficult and high conflict behaviors in the workplace.
One important goal in the work of Jocelyne Durand is to help as many people as possible to keep moving towards achieving their goals, despite significant challenges they may be facing. That is the purpose of Consciousness 360 – to facilitate that movement toward wholeness that so many people today are seeking.
Nobody gains from playing small.
- Jocelyne Durand
New 2-hour On-Demand Webinar:
Understanding Your Personal Relationships
This Transformational Webinar Reveals:
* 3 Keys to forging healthy, successful and nourishing relationships
* 3 Hidden signs of potentially noxious relationships and what to do
* 3 Strategies to effectively protect your personal power and help you thrive while in relationships with difficult and challenging people
Nouveau webinaire en direct de 2 heures en français:
New Online Private PSYCH-K® Sessions :
Psych-K® helps people from all walks of life with all kinds of goals. Jocelyne specializes in helping women identify, protect and free themselves from toxic relationships because she has walked that path herself and knows it well.
New Book for Release in 2023
In her new book, From Fear to Freedom—Triumphing Over Abuse and Difficult Behaviors (2023), Durand illustrates with specific examples, the subtle face of abuse and manipulation and how it can manifest in an individual’s life. Her work is based on her own experiences with difficult personalities, as well as her research, training, workplace experience and her expertise developed in the field of conflict resolution and toxic personalities.
‘No, it is not your fault’ and ‘Yes, there is help.’
In the introduction to her book, Durand explains: “No, I haven’t been raped, savagely beaten, kidnapped, held in a closet, or nearly murdered. However, I have experienced, as an individual and a professional, much more subtle forms of aggression, which generate the often invisible, dangerous and cruel demise of self-esteem, health, and future happiness and success. It can cripple a person both inside and out and plagues many women who develop chronic disease through stress. I am talking about covert narcissism, covert aggressive behaviors, histrionics, and sociopathic and psychopathic activities that destroy a person at a slow pace before they even recognize what they are dealing with. My message is clear, ‘No, it is not your fault’ and ‘Yes, there is help.’”