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Bristol: Communication is Key, NVC Taster Session

Bristol: Communication is Key, NVC Taster Session
Mar
2

Introduction to Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

Communication is key, at home, work, and in the community: come and find out how NVC might support you to have the relationships you want.

  • Get an overview of the NVC process with the Tree of Compassionate Connection.
  • Explore what challenges you face that could be supported by the Nonviolent Communication process.
  • A chance to ask questions about the six-week, Level One course starting the following week (Monday, 9 March).

Cost: £5 (£4 concessions), payable on the night.
Registration: is advised: see below

Preparation

Consider reading Marshall Rosenberg’s book, Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, or watch one of the videos on our training preparation page. You might also value our series of NVC Life Hacks on YouTube.

When and where

One evening, Monday, 2 March, 2020, 7pm — 8:30pm.

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Venue: Bristol Central Quaker Meeting House (Room 2), Champion Square, Bristol BS2 9DB. Get directions.

Trainers

Gesine Schrader, certified with the Center for Nonviolent Communication.
Find out more about us.

Further information

For more information on Nonviolent Communication, see our what is NVC? page, the Centre for Nonviolent Communication website, or you could contact us directly.

Registration

Fill in the online registration form (form takes up to 10 seconds to load) and for further information please email Gesine or phone her on 07840 056 289.

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