Foundation Course in Nonviolent Communication

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom”.     

Viktor E. Frankl

            Would you love to be able to:

Identify the rich world of your feelings and find out what you are needing in any moment?
Discover and respond empathically to what others might be feeling and needing?
Make choices with awareness rather than reacting to situations?
Express frustration without blame or judgement?
Hear difficult responses without hurt or blame?

What is Nonviolent Communication?

Nonviolent Communication (NVC ) or Compassionate Communication as it is
sometimes known, is an easily learned yet profound process for communicating with empathy, honesty, power and integrity. This two-day workshop will be experiential, thought provoking, supportive and fun.

Why do people find value in learning NVC?

Most of us are hungry for skills that can improve the quality of our relationships, to deepen our sense of personal empowerment, or simply communicate more effectively.
Unfortunately, most of us have been educated from birth to judge, criticise, diagnose and to think in terms of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, ‘good’ or ‘bad’ – both towards ourselves and others.
NVC helps us to reach beneath the surface of these judgements and discover what is truly going on whether it is ourselves expressing a judgement or if we are on the receiving end!

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When and where will the course take place?
Dates: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th November, 10am – 5pm both days
Where: The Education Centre, Wheatfields Hospice, Leeds LS6 2AE
Requested Contribution: Sliding scale: £90 – £150. As I so want NVC to be available to EVERYONE please contact me if the cost would prevent you from coming – call
Penny 07786075201 or 0113 2620062
When choosing what to contribute please consider my needs for sustainability in offering this work, as well as your needs to support yourself.

To find out more about NVC, listen to its founder, Marshall Rosenberg – click here

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