Date(s) - 01/20/18
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Nonviolent Communication: Practical skills to live right relations in our homes and communities.
Facilitated by: Duke Duchscherer
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a unique approach to communicating – thinking, speaking, and listening – which guides us in transforming ineffective patterns of relating into new, compassionate ways of acting, expressing ourselves, and hearing others. Developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, this practical and proven process has been used around the world in schools, prisons, social activism, healthcare, war zones, and government institutions, as well as in intimate personal relationships.
In this free introductory workshop you can begin to:
* Develop practical skills to create a quality of connection between you and others that supports trust, emotional safety, openness, and intimacy
* Experience the power of empathy to liberate natural compassion from within yourself and others
* Cultivate skills to dialogue with, and connect to the heart of another even when judgment, criticism, and blame arise to ‘block’ communication
* Deepen your relationship with yourself, creating more self-understanding and self-care
Saturday Workshop: January 20, Community Room, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch provided.
Sunday Sermon: January 21, 9 and 11 a.m., Duke Duchscherer, “Teach Only Love.”
Sunday Discussion: January 21, Sanctuary, 12:30-2 p.m. Snacks available.
Please sign up:
Facilitator Duke Duchscherer is a Certified Trainer with the International Center for Nonviolent Communication and is on the Board of Directors for the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence. He has facilitated learning events in Restorative Circles and Nonviolent Communication around the world with a depth and breadth of peoples and communities from small villages to governmental leaders at the United Nations.
This workshop is presented by the Healthy Congregation Team.