Sat, 05/18/2013 - 9:30am - 12:30pm
Collaborative Communication (also known as Nonviolent Communication or NVC) offers powerful tools and perspectives to support:
- ease and flow in your interactions with people
- talking about subjects you've avoided or fought about in ways that bring you closer
- kindness for yourself and others
- empowerment to live your values and have more of what matters to you
This three-hour experiential workshop offers a taste of new tools, insights, and practices that support an inner shift to a more peaceful and enlivened way of being and relating. While fuly realizing these benefits takes more learning and an ongoing practice, this workshop offers a place to start.
Who This is For
This workshop is intended anyone interested in taking initial steps towards living a more satisfying life.
Saturday May 18, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Washington Ethical Society,[masked]th St. NW - Washington, DC 20012
$30 - $60
The requested contribution for this workshop is specified as a range, to make this learning available to people in varying financial situations, while supporting Bob and Mali in their ability to do this work. Please choose an amount to pay that honors both your own circumstances and your desire to support this work.
Our intention is that no one be turned away for lack of funds. Please contact Bob for special circumstances.
Cancellations: There will be no refund for cancellations within the last 10 days prior to the event. Prior to that, refunds are available and 25 percent of the amount paid will be retained as a processing fee. Your registration is not complete until your payment has been received.
Register for A Taste of Collaborative Communication:
Bob Wentworth, PhD is a coach and trainer who works with couples, individuals, and groups to support them in living with more clarity, empowerment, aliveness and open-heartedness. He is certified as a trainer by the Center for Nonviolent Communication, and serves on their Board of Directors. He is a co-founder of Family HEART Camp, an NVC immersion experience for parents and children.
Bob came to Nonviolent Communication (NVC) as a part of a quest to find keys to addressing humanity's problems. He was thrilled to find in NVC a unified, synergistic set of ideas and skills suitable for individual healing and flourishing, creating ease and flow in relationships, and creating the potential for people to live and work together in fresh, radically satisfying ways.
Bob loves working with couples and supporting them in learning to live the love they are longing for. He leads classes and workshops for Capital NVC, and has also taught NVC in India and Florida. Bob is a graduate of the BayNVC North American NVC Leadership Program and Robert Gonzales' LIFE Program, and has received training in mediation, facilitating Restorative Circles, and a number of practices for inner healing. Bob has a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University.