INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOPS

A FREE INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP

Words can inspire connection and community or stimulate defensiveness and separation. Learn how your language can be used to unify and achieve common goals with the tools of Compassionate Communication (NVC). This communication process developed by Dr Marshall Rosenberg is being used globally to support people in reaching across differences to experience understanding—even in very stressful situations.

This workshop offers an engaging and interactive introduction to the concepts of Compassionate Communication (NVC). Participants will experience first-hand the transforming power of a “needs based” approach to conversations. The opportunity to actually apply the process to a personal communication challenge will allow for a direct experience that makes the learning meaningful and relevant. Through a combination of personal anecdotes, illustrations and brief exercises, you will be introduced to a brilliant, simple means of touching the heart of others in a way that honors the humanity of everyone involved.

NEXT WORKSHOP:

When: On Saturday, January 6th, 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM; call to confirm
Where: 1509 SW Sunset Blvd, Suite 2A, Portland, OR 97239
Fee: FREE

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11-WEEK COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION SERIES

This 11-week series is specifically designed to provide a solid grounding in the conceptual framework and direct application of the process of Compassionate Communication. The curriculum and self-study component of the course enables participants to absorb and integrate the material in practical ways using situations that arise in daily life. The hands-on coaching and weekly structured learning create a safe and engaging way to absorb the material effectively.

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“It is through Kathy’s skillful guidance that I have become much more skillful at taking care of my needs while staying in connection with others. I deeply appreciate Kathy’s consistent modeling of the respect and appreciation for others and oneself that are the basis of this powerful teaching.”
Lynn Reer, Ph.D.,