Register for the free event here (donations appreciated): https://cascadiahouse.eventsmart.com/events/nonviolent-communication-nvc/
Would you like to be more skillfull in communicating and connecting with the people in your life? Would you like to reduce conflict and enjoy more peace and harmony? Do you long to embrace more fully your one precious life? NVC offers a simple means to be in relationship with yourself and others that is genuine, authentic and compassionate.
Originally developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, NVC has grown worldwide with hundreds of certified and other trainers bringing NVC to practice groups of individuals, businesses, classrooms and other institutions. More information about NVC can be found at: http://www.cnvc.org/learn/nvc-foundations
The NVC Practice Group at Cascadia House is intended for those with beginning and intermediate NVC practice skills who would like to become more grounded in the NVC consciousness.
We meet on the second and fourth Wednesdays from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. The evening starts with a meet and greet, followed by the reading of a remembrance, guided grounding meditation, sharing of joys, NVC conceptual study, an extended check-in via the practice of sharing feelings/needs, and ends with a tea social.
Please Contact Cascadia House if you have any questions about the group at http://www.cascadiahouse.us/contact.html
Register for the free event here (donations appreciated!): https://cascadiahouse.eventsmart.com/events/nonviolent-communication-nvc/
The Vancouver private residence, Cascadia House, will be given upon registration. Please help us by registering so that we know you are coming!
Chuck Powers will be leading the group. Chuck is a graduate of Susan Skye's year-long Pacific Leadership training program. He is a past board member and treasurer Oregon Network for Compassionate Communication. Further NVC work includes seven years as a Sadie Scabarozi practice group member, year-long private work with LaShelle Charde, one year Vancouver practice group facilitator, and spent two years as a Catalyst practice group facilitator.