In our group, we learn and practice communications skills that improve relationships, understand deeper human motivation and connect across differences. We practice changing our perceptions and thinking because we believe“life is an interpretation, a constant change in perception of all things.”
Our habitual ways of communicating with our spouses, children, co-workers, parents, and friends don’t always bring us a sense of peace and understanding. We were conditioned to judge, criticize, demand, blame or just communicate in ways that creates disconnections with people around us. In this group, we practice to break the barriers between people so that you can enjoy living life by giving and receiving from the heart. We learn the tools that help you look at your habitual reactions and reactions of others as an invitation to create deeper understanding and meaningful relationships.
Compassionate/NonViolent Communication provides you with tools to reach out and discover what is alive in all of us, how all of our actions are based on human needs and values that we are trying to meet, and helps us look at one another as beautiful beings having the same needs but only using different strategies to meet them. It is also known as Nonviolent Communication or NVC, developed by internationally known peacemaker and mediator, Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD.
“What I want in my life is compassion, a flow between myself and others based on mutual giving from the heart” Marshall Rosenberg