This is a 10-week introduction, refresher, and opportunity to practice and improve communication and connection skills with yourself and others.
We may be skipping a Monday due to existing, and I will update the schedule as that gets more clear. Plans are to be done before Memorial Day Weekend.
The workshop runs from 6:30 until 9:00, with a short break. The start and end times may change based on group consciousness.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
• Connect with their own feelings and needs, and those of others
• Express themselves in a way that makes it more likely to be heard by others
• Hear the "yes" in a "no"--start a connection instead of finishing an exchange
• Express appreciations and regrets in more connecting way
We will use the book Nonviolent Communications: A Language of Life which you can bring with your or will be available at cost (of approximately $20)
Requested fee is $180. Week 1 is an open introduction, so those not sure can get more of an idea what this is about.
Consideration, in private, will be made for those who might be unable to offer this payment. Preference is for participation and opportunity for learning and connection.
About the facilitator:
Steffen was exposed to the Marshall Rosenberg's material and NVC in early 2007 by participating in a self study group using the book Nonviolent Communications. Both the book and the group were very eye opening and inspiring. Wanting to dig deeper, Steffen started working with a CNVC Certified Trainer in New York City (NYCNVC) in 2008. Steffen has over four hundred hours of dedicated time learning, facilitating, co-facilitating, introducing, and sharing Compassionate Communications with individuals and groups new to NVC and those familiar and wishing to practice NVC. This includes six 9-week workshops he has facilitated in southern New Jersey since 2009, and groups meeting regularly to practice Compassionate Communications.
CNVC: Center for Nonviolent Communciations, www.cncv.org
NYCNVC: New York Center for Nonviolent Communication, www.nycnvc.org