In seeking resolution, Buddhist practice values dialogue over silence, reconciliation over estrangement, forgiveness over resentment, confession over accusation, and atonement over punishment. Because the process of reaching such resolution is often difficult, we have created a three-person committee called “The Council.”
The Council is a group of three practitioners, respected for their integrity, who are available to any community member requesting help in dealing with conflicts and grievances. The Council’s primary role is to provide confidential consultation to anyone with ethical concerns. If you’d like to read more about the Council or our ethics policy, you can do so through the Ethics & Reconciliation Policy page.
Complete this form to contact the Council.