Living and Practicing Nonviolent Communication

Monday 10 May 2021

This workshop is specifically for experienced and passionate NVC practitioners who want support, coaching, and guidance to grow in their practice in self-determined areas of personal challenge.

The seminar will focus on topics that students themselves bring to the group. The topics will then be thoroughly investigated together under the direction of Jared. Through the practice of non-violent communication, we will find ways of awakening compassionate human relationships in these situations and transforming their unfoldment towards satisfaction and mutual connection.

The aim of this seminar is to support experienced practitioners of non-violent communication to:

  • integrate NVC skills and consciousness into all aspects of everyday life
  • integrate masterful subtleties and nuances of NVC concepts in a meaningful way
  • to formulate and challenge with self-respect, compassion and integrity one’s own boundaries of learning
  • increase comfort and ability to live and teach NK

The capacity of the seminar is limited to 10 participants for the thorough work of all.

The seminar will be held in English without translation.

Jared Finkelstein (USA)

One of the main figures of non-violent communication of today in the USA. He lets the approach come to life before your eyes and transforms it from mere theory to a living way of interpersonal communication, to a life philosophy leading to a fulfilling life. As a consultant, teacher and coach, he specializes in communication that transforms conflict in connection. His passion is finding various forms of non-violent communication and its effects in particular areas of life, such as raising children, communicating in the working environment, or partnering and communicating in the area of sexuality.

In his work, Jared brings knowledge from more than 14 years of working with children and parents in and outside of schools, and 10 years of practice, training and his own development of Nonviolent Communication approaches. He is an accredited coach of the American Center for Nonviolent Communication. He is currently based in Crockett, California, where he offers consultations within his Quality of Connection organization. He is also active as a trainer for Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC), leading workshops, group practice and consultations for both individuals and organizations.

The workshop is intensive: Monday 17:00 – 21:00

Price 60 EUR. If the deposit is paid before 10 April price is 50 EUR.

For place reservation a deposit of 30 EUR must be paid in advance.

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