Tue, May 18|
Parenting with Nonviolent Communication, 8-week Series
Time & Location
May 18, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
About the event
Join the FREE Introductory Session on Tuesday, May 18th:
Details & Registration for the Series:
Parenting with Nonviolent Communication brings a holistic approach to understanding your child’s behaviors and gives you the tools and awareness to address situations with far more clarity about what’s important to you and what’s a fit for everyone involved. This program is based on Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication (NVC).
Join Heart to Heart’s Steve Tumolo, Chris Hartstein, and Filipa Hope as they guide you through the process of building relationships based on compassion, connection and trust with your child. You will also develop an awareness of language that builds connection, collaboration, empathy, and empowerment.
"Nonviolent Communication completely shifted the way I connect with my children and my family. It's helped me to understand the needs beneath my children’s behavior and my own! And it's helped me to develop a deep, connected relationship with my children and my partner." - Parent of a 5 year-old and 8 year-old
“Parenting with Nonviolent Communication helps me to accept my kids’ emotions, all of them. When they're jealous, when they're scared, when they're angry. And I'm not here to fix that, to fix their emotions. Just listening to them is enough." - Parent of 2 teenagers
“Parenting with Nonviolent Communication has given my family a clear path through conflict and big emotions. I’m more relaxed about other people’s choices and more calm and compassionate when someone is upset. I feel more seen and understood because I share more of my feelings and needs. Nonviolent Communication makes my time with my young-adult daughter really enjoyable. I get to watch her move through her love relationship with curiosity and without criticism.” - Parent of 3 young-adult children
What You'll Experience:
- Support in developing important skills for yourself and your family.
- Reduced parenting stress and a sense of satisfaction in your parenting choices.
- Greater cooperation, harmony and enjoyment in your family!
- Learning in a supportive community with opportunities to continue skills practice