Fundamentals of Compassionate (Nonviolent) Communication

Facilitator:

   Amanda Blaine (Independent Trainer)

Location: N. Seattle (Greenwood)

   The Workshop Space, Greenwood, N. Seattle (near 89th St. and 3rd Ave)
Amanda's website

Date and Time:

   Sat, Jan 19, 2019

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Details

   Do you watch yourself doing the same tired things over and over again in your relationships? Do you have a hunch you could do better, but you can’t quite get yourself to change?

Better relationships aren’t random; you can enjoy your relationships more by practicing a set of learnable skills. Join us as we learn simple, fun tools grounded in the growing research about what makes humans thrive.

Our understanding of how humans thrive is growing exponentially with the study of interpersonal neurobiology. Nonviolent communication is a practical and accessible way to apply these new findings - that humans thrive in relationships with warmth, resonance, and attunement. Join me for a grounding in the practice and principles of Nonviolent Communication supported by an understanding of interpersonal neurobiology.

Points

  
  • We'll take a break for lunch.

Who is it for?

  All are WELCOME. Parents, teachers, professionals, couples... anyone who wants to improve their communication skills!

What to bring:

  Bring a bag lunch.

Tuition Details:

  

The tuition is: Sliding scale $120 - $150


Cancellations and Refunds:

   Up to 1 week before the workshop, full refund minus 10% administrative fee.

Within 1 week, no refunds given, but you can put your registration towards a workshop within one year.