Nonviolent Communication Australia will conduct an interactive evening that will introduce you to underlying principles of Non Violent Communication – and provide insights into human communications.
Nonviolent Communication is a simple, effective and learnable four step process developed by psychologist Marshall Rosenberg PhD in 1964. It has been used successfully around the world to resolve conflicts and to deepen connections in personal relationships, schools, hospitals, corporations and governments.
The heart of Nonviolent Communication is to identify universal human needs and what can be done to meet those needs. Even in situations of longstanding conflict or hostility, the Nonviolent Communication process can open new doors to compassionate connection and action.
Nonviolent Communication helps connect us with what is alive in ourselves and in others moment-to-moment, with what we or others could do to make life more wonderful, and with an awareness of what gets in the way of natural giving and receiving.
Nonviolent Communication strengthens our ability to inspire compassion from others and respond compassionately to others and ourselves.
Nonviolent Communication guides us to reframe how we express ourselves, how we hear others and resolve conflicts by focusing our consciousness on what we are
Nonviolent Communication is a process of empathy and honesty, and is sometimes described as “the language of the heart.”
What:Introduction to Nonviolent Communication
When:Friday, April 19 at 7:15pm
Where:Simply Well, 261 Waterdale Road, Ivanhoe
Cost $15 voluntary (tea and coffee provided)
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