Saturday March 25th 2017 at 10am - 12:30pm
99 Woolwich St., St. George`s Anglican Church, Guelph
We all want to matter. Our ability to be present to ourselves and others with empathy and clarity can make the difference between a breakdown and a breakthrough. Compassionate Communication™ excels in providing practical ways to relate and to get to the heart of what is really the matter behind criticisms, resistance, and judgements. Once we have connection and understanding, so much more is possible. Join us to learn 3 practical insights and 2 key skills for building empowerment, connection and relationship at home, community and work. Suitable for ages 14+.
The Compassionate Communication™ process supports empowerment, everyday peacemaking, conflict transformation, and healing. It is practiced in 72 countries in settings such as community, family, activism, workplace, education, mediation, prison, and government. www.nonviolentcommunication.com
Facilitator: Henry Wai is a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication www.CNVC.org
Photo Credit: SQY transition – Flickr – Creative Commons license