About the course
Conflict is inevitable, violence isn’t. Do you want to learn how to solve inner conflicts, resolve your conflicts with others, and support people around you when they are in conflict with each other? Ready to book? Fill in the online registration form
On this course you will practise the skills you’ve learned on your Level One course plus develop further understanding and skills in the area of conflict:
- Review and practice the basic ingredients of NVC.
- Share the ups and downs of applying NVC in your life.
- Explore how to resolve inner conflict.
- Find out how to remain centred and break deadlocks in conflicts with others.
- Find out how to begin mediating between two people who are in conflict.
This Level Two (Deepening) course is designed for practising skills learned in your Level One or Foundation Training, plus developing further understanding and skills in managing conflict. (The other Level Two courses we offer are in the areas of empathy and anger).
The calls will be interactive. We ask that you agree to attend at least five of the six sessions. If you are going to miss more than one session, we ask that you book on a later cycle. In order to create a safe space for sharing, we will only be sharing recordings of the sessions with attendees on the course who aren’t able to make a particular evening i.e. there isn’t a ‘watch only’ option. To give attention to each person on the course, we are limiting the number of participants to 18.
When and where
Six Mondays (12, 19, and 26 October; 2, 9, and 16 November 2020), 7pm — 9:15pm.
This is an online course. We will invite you to six online calls, using a platform called Zoom — instructions to follow. Zoom allows us to break out into ‘rooms’ for smaller group exercises.
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As part of our experimentation with financial-co-responsibility, we ask the following:
- When you apply, select the £60 deposit option. We ask that you treat £60 as a non-refundable deposit for your place – you can attend and choose to contribute no more than £60.
- At the end of the sixth session of the course, we will lead through a process in which we will share our costs with you and ask you to make a financial contribution of your choosing towards the living costs of the trainer, Shantigarbha. This will relate to a) the value you have derived from the course, and b) your current financial resources and commitments. On the booking form, we will ask you to confirm that you are aware of this.
A note on finances
We ask for a deposit of £60 to book your place plus a financial contribution of your choosing. To meet our costs and to ensure the sustainability of the event we are suggesting a total contribution in the range of £100–£250 for an online course. If this would be a hardship for you, please do not let that stop you from attending as we would love to have you there. Please contact us to talk about it.
Registration and paying your deposit
We suggest that you revisit your notes and handouts from your Level One course. If you haven’t done already, consider reading Marshall Rosenberg’s book, Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life, or watch one of the videos on our training preparation page. In addition, you could read Shantigarbha’s book on empathy I’ll Meet You There: A Practical Guide to Empathy, Mindfulness and Communication or sample our series of NVC Life Hacks on YouTube.