Communication Strategies for Family and Friends
with Sylvia Haskvitz, Certified Trainer for the Center for Nonviolent Communication
Wednesday, September 6, 1-2:30 pm
Would you like to have more open, authentic conversations with your family and friends? Are there things that are important to you that you want to express and have concerns about how to do that in a way that will most likely be heard?
Would you like more harmony in your family relationships and would you like to learn and practice skills to more skillfully express your truth and hear others as well?
Listen to what Sylvia Haskvitz has to share about connecting with our common humanity and engaging our compassionate nature. Since the 1990s, Sylvia has been traveling around the globe to facilitate and share Nonviolent Communication with those wanting to return to a state of joyful giving and a world where we meet our needs in cooperation with others. The practice of Nonviolent Communication is a process for resolving conflict first developed by Marshall Rosenberg—a renowned American psychologist, mediator, author and teacher. To learn more about Nonviolent Communication, visit nvccalf.com and cnvc.org
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