Nonviolent Communication Workshop April 21
Nonviolent Communication is a way of communicating more effectively and compassionately based on the feelings and needs we share as human beings. It is founded on the idea that people only resort to harming themselves and others when they don’t recognize other strategies for meeting their human needs. Imre Berty, who has been teaching Nonviolent Communication for over a decade, will lead this workshop. It is open to all, but it is requested that people read the book, Nonviolent Communication – A Language of Life, before the workshop, so that we will be able to use the time together well.
The workshop is on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the NH Friends Meetinghouse, 225 E. Grand Ave.
Please bring a bag lunch. If you need child care, please contact Mary Gorham at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 14 with the names and ages of your children.
More information and to order the book: www.nonviolent communication.com/aboutnvc/4partprocess.htm.