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Facilitated by CNVC-certified trainer Sylvia Haskvitz.

Have you had prior training in NVC and now want to explore it further to gain greater understanding and practice? Would you like to be heard to your satisfaction, handle conflict with confidence, and/or transform anger into positive communication?

Come play with us as we continue to explore and deepen our skills and awareness.

Distinguished guest instructor Sylvia Haskvitz (CNVC-certified trainer since 1989) will share practical tools that help you identify what most matters to you, make sense of what is going on inside you, and do what you want to do with care for all.

“The primary purpose of Nonviolent Communication is to connect with other people in a way that enables compassionate giving to take place. It’s compassionate in that our giving comes willingly from the heart. We are giving service to others and ourselves. Not out of duty or obligation, not out of fear of punishment, hope for a reward, guilt or shame, but for what I consider is part of our nature. It’s in our nature to enjoy giving to one another.”  Founder of NVC, Marshall B Rosenberg, Ph.D.

Prerequisite:

4 hours of NVC training.

Training Refund Policy:

  • Cancellation up to 3 days before the training: Receives a 90% refund (10% Administration Fee).
  • Cancellation 3 days prior to the training: Receives a 40% refund; may transfer to the next workshop of same value; or find a replacement person to take your place.
  • Cancellation or no-show the day of workshop: Forfeit fee.

In exchange of volunteering, scholarships may be offered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact center@ourfamilyservices.org to set up a meeting to discuss efforts and intentions.


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