Freedom Project: Choosing Compassionate Communication


   KC Young
Rusty Thomas

Location: Freedom Project, 918 S Horton Street, Su

   Freedom Project, 918 S Horton Street, Suite 1015, Seattle, WA 98134

Date and Time:

   Sat, Feb 2, 2019 - Sun, Feb 3, 2019

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


   This workshop will explore the powerful principles of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a language and consciousness of compassion that is used worldwide to help people transform blame, anger, and criticism into understanding, connection, effective communication, and peaceful resolution of conflict. By focusing on our observations, feelings, needs, and requests, we can increase the empathy and honesty we give both to ourselves and to others.

Who is it for?

  This workshop is for:

*Folks curious about Nonviolent Communication and how they can use this tool in their daily life
*New Freedom Project volunteers and those interested in volunteering inside prison
*Current Freedom Project volunteers seeking a deeper dive into the foundations of this work
*Helping professionals interested in honing communication skills

What to bring:

  Bring a lunch or food to share! Water, coffee/tea, and snacks provided.

Tuition Details:


The tuition is between $30.00 and $300.00.

Suggested tuition: $150
Sliding scale: $30 to $300

Free for current and new prison volunteers. Freedom Project operates on a gift economy. Gift economy asks participants to receive the gift, and to contribute an amount of their choice that honors and reflects the value they received and their capacity to give. Your contributions towards this event are greatly appreciated. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.