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SPEAKING PEACE - NVC Basics
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Date and Time:
| ||Sat, Nov 15, 2014 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
| ||$95 if Paid by November 8th|
| ||An interactive, daylong introductory level workshop on compassionate communication based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg.
The NVC process can be used in a wide variety of real-life situations, and in most all relationships, from intimate to professional. By understanding and acknowledging the human needs that underlie everyone's words and actions, we can create a shared basis for connection, cooperation, and peace.
The day will be a balanced combination of group instruction and small group work.
Facilitated by Gail Carroll and Paul Merrill
Gail and Paul were both teachers of NVC when they met as continuing students in a year long NVC mediation program in 2010. Sharing a common language of NVC was crucial to remaining connected throughout the inevitable conflicts of intimacy.In 2011, they began to focus their NVC teaching on skills and practices they were using in their own relationship conflicts. Both are graduates of BayNVC's Leadership Program and Mediate your Life, and are host trainers with the New York NVC Intensive.
For More Information please go to: http://www.nvcboston.org
- Staying connected to what is important to you
- Understand what’s motivating words and actions, including pain, fear and anger
- Connect with core, life-serving needs beneath “challenging” or “difficult" words or situations
- Gaining clarity about what you really want and why. and then learning how to Ask in a way that is more likely to meet your needs.
Who is it for?
| ||This workshop is ideal for those completely new to NVC, as well as for those who have been introduced to the core NVC principles, and who are ready to begin putting this understanding into action.*|
Registration and deposit info:
| ||Combine this workshop with the Oct 18th afternoon workshop for a package price of $125 if paid by Oct 11th, or $135 if paid after October 11th.|
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