Transform Your Relationships Using Nonviolent Communication
Location: , Massachusetts, US
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|How do you respond to difficult people and challenging conversations? You can create closer relationships by transforming judgment and blame into mutual understanding. Join us to find more trust, intimacy, and meaning in your relationships. Whether you’re new to Nonviolent Communication or want to deepen your practice, whether you come by yourself or with a partner, you can take a walk on the empathy labyrinth or use the dance floor process to enhance your relationships.|
This program offers practical skills, including how to
Stay self-connected during challenging conversations
Choose from four ways of listening
Connect to your core aliveness
Transform habitual reactions into the language of compassion
Connect deeply to the needs of others
Speak from your heart.
Based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg, author of Nonviolent Communication, this program helps you transform your relationships—including the most vital relationship of all, your relationship to yourself—by practicing self-empathy, freeing yourself of negative self-talk, and asking for what you want. Learn to share your observations, free of evaluations; your feelings, free of judgment; your needs, free of strategies; and your requests, free of demands.
Marshall Rosenberg, Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life (Puddledancer Press; 2nd Edition)
An interview with Marshall Rosenberg by Dian Killian, Beyond Good and Evil
Jane Marantz Connor and Dian Killian, Connecting Across Differences: Finding Common Ground with Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime (Puddledancer Press; Second Edition)
Martha Lasley, Facilitating with Heart: Awakening Personal Transformation and Social Change (Discover Press)
This program is eligible for
23.5 credits for Social Workers (SW), $20 additional charge
Who is it for?