Compassionate Communication: Skills to create and sustain fulfilling relationships
An NVC introductory retreat offered by Jane Connor & Pamela Freeman at Pendle Hill Quaker Retreat Center near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This retreat will begin with registration on Friday 11/8/2013 (from 4:30 – 6:00 pm) and will conclude on Sunday 11/10/2013 at 1:00 pm (after lunch)
Drawing on the work of psychologist Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D. and universal spiritual precepts, in this workshop you will learn and practice skills to help you:
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Connecting Across Differences:
Foundation Course in Compassionate Communication
In our homes and in our communities even the best intentioned people have conflicts that bring pain and disconnection.
Learn communication tools which enable us to
• transform conflicts into opportunities for greater closeness and understanding
• speak what we are afraid to say in a way that others can fully take in
• Hear challenging messages without taking them personally
In our homes and in our communities even the best intentioned people have conflicts that bring pain and disconnect them from each other.
Compassionate Communication (also known as Nonviolent Communication or NVC) is a language that serves life. It is a language we use when our intention is to connect with others so that everyone?s needs can be joyfully met. Nonviolent Communication provides us with a way to:
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Jane Connor: Jane is passionate about increasing harmony and peace on the planet and is particularly eager to share NVC and the Restorative Circles process in under-served communities. She recently returned from a term spent in East Africa where the receptivity to these processes was extremely gratifying to her. Jane, a CNVC certified trainer, is co-author of Connecting Across Differences: An Introduction to Compassionate, Nonviolent Communication. She was a founder and organizer for many years of the New York Intensive Residential Training for Nonviolent Communication.