NVC FOUNDATION TRAINING

Starts
Saturday, December 07, 2019
10:15 am
Europe/London
Ends
Sunday, December 08, 2019
5:30 pm
Number of sessions/meetings
2 days
Official training hours
12.0 hours
Format
In person
Address

Empathy Matters
London
HA8 6DP
United Kingdom

Main Topic
Beginners / Introduction
Short description
A 2-day Foundation Training with give you a solid grounding in the principles, mindset and practices of Nonviolent Communication.
Offered by
Cath Burke
English
Contact Email
info@empathymatters.net
Contact Phone Number
+44 7847 828 636
Links
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Description

What is Nonviolent Communication?

NVC, also known as and Empathic or Compassionate Communication, is a practical and learnable process for relating to ourselves and others with understanding and empathy. It is about much more than simply the words we use.

Here Marshall Rosenberg, the person who developed NVC, explains the purpose of NVC in 5 mins

What skills can you develop?

Speaking:  confidence to have difficult conversations that may otherwise be avoided or end badly; clarity about what you’d like and how to ask in a way you’re likely to be heard; creativity in finding solutions that are satisfying to everyone; giving supportive feedback; being honest without hurting or offending

Empathic listening:  capacity to fully take in another’s experience, especially when they are in emotional, physical or mental pain; hearing the needs behind another’s judgments; staying grounded and open even when under attack;  hearing what someone is saying ‘yes’ to, even when they express a ‘no’

Self empathy: awareness of the needs and values fuelling your feelings in each moment; finding a way back to aliveness when jaded; transforming anger, guilt and shame into life-serving wishes; staying with your experience without judgment and with empathy; getting creative about fulfilling both your smallest hopes and wildest dreams

Ways of working

You will be invited to work with your own examples of difficult conversations, interactions and feelings in a safe way by doing sharing and listening activities in pairs and small groups and sometimes reflecting individually. There may be an opportunity to do a role-play at the end of the second day if you want to. This training is about building foundational skills in NVC and not for deep healing work.