Kalyn Falk, MA (she/her) is an educator, facilitator and advocate. She offers grounded wisdom and is an engaged and engaging instructor, with an emphasis on intrapersonal conflict, integrated learning, personal growth, self-regulation and advocacy. Previously a trainer for the Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute, she is a Sessional Instructor in Conflict Resolution Studies at the UofW through Menno Simons College. She holds certificates in Mediation Skills, Teaching Mindfulness, and Spiritual Direction. Currently, Kalyn is the Director of the Shekinah: Formation Program in Spiritual Direction, a legacy program of St. Benedict's Monastery.
Over the last 25 years, Kalyn’s interest in resilience and self-regulation has also been practiced through the art of parenting a non-verbal autistic son and a gender non-conforming daughter.
Kalyn is married and shares her home with her husband, a chosen family member, 2 dogs, and one of her two adult children. She enjoys dancing and has become an inadvertent urban farmer. She is grateful to live on Treaty 1 land and have access to drinking water from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation (treaty 3).