Join us in Courtenay at the end of May to explore and shift habitual patterns of reaction, blame, expectations and disappointment! This is a foundations or refresher workshop for those interested in learning about Nonviolent Communication and the ways that it can shift and change our relationships with ourselves and others. Photo Credit: Brad Powell www.bpfoto.ca
KILN is a ten-month immersion program for people who have been studying NVC (at least 10-20 days of training) and who are on the path to becoming NVC Trainers. It is a highly applied, practical program with lots of hands on collaboration, program design, leadership and training delivery experience.
This course dives further into the core practices of Inner Freedom. While NVC taps us into compassion and frees us from blame, it is also a powerful for approach for bringing forward the strength of our authentic voice.
Inner freedom is our ability to stay present, be creative, and respond consciously to life, no matter what the circumstances, guided by what matters to us most.
Are there decisions and changes taking place (or not taking place) in your community and in the world that you care about deeply? This workshop is designed for change-makers and explores NVC practices and principles that support social change.
Advocating is the fine art of navigating and finding spaces in systems of power, asserting oneself with respect, and strategically collaborating for change. This is a workshop for advocates of all kinds: caregivers for the elderly or ill, parents with children with unique needs, representatives of organizations, board members, spokespeople, social change activists.
Gabriola Island, BC
Passionate about sharing NVC? Come play, create, and connect with others with the same passion, all in a camp setting. Try out a new process/session/game, get feedback, and get new ideas. “Jammers” are invited to help host the Camp that follows after.
The Haven, Gabriola Island, BC
This 3-day workshop introduces you to the core of NVC: a set of simple but profound ways to notice our inner life and the inner lives of others, and to compassionately connect to the common motivations and desires we all share.