6 – 7th December 2012
Do you sometimes struggle to speak up for yourself or, when you do, it comes across as aggressive? Do you take things personally when hearing the judgements of others? Do you yearn for deeper quality of conversation and connection with the people close to you?
This 2 day workshop will introduce an approach to communication and relationships called Nonviolent Communication (NVC), developed by Marshall Rosenberg. It will help start you on a path that will transform the quality of your relationship with yourself and to others.
The workshop is designed as the first course in a longer programme of learning and integrating NVC – though it can be taken as a stand-alone workshop.
- Identify ways in which you block communication and how to overcome them
- Increase your capacity to maintain dialogue especially when disagreeing
- Learn to speak up for yourself in difficult moments
- Hear criticism and judgement without taking it personally
What to expect
We will create a safe, supportive environment where you’ll learn through exercises, role plays, discussions and from each other through sharing experiences. Our focus will be on what works and what fits for you.
December 6 to 7th 2012
Thursday and Friday 09.00 – 17.00
Bucovina 1a, apt 49 (4th floor) Map
The workshop will be in English.
Places are strictly limited to 12. To register (or for any queries) contact:
Price RON 475 (includes workshop materials and light refreshments). Please pay in advance by bank transfer to:
Asociatia Pentru Comunicare Non-Violenta
Cod fiscal: 23665402
IBAN: RO23RZBR0000060010185464, Raiffeisen Bank Baba Novac
Alternatively you can pay with PayPal.
If you would like to get an idea about NVC before attending then you could do this, for example, by reading Marshall Rosenberg’s ‘Nonviolent Communication’ or by watching this YouTube presentation by Marshall (19 minutes). A longer video is also available on YouTube (3 hours).
Trainer – Ian Peatey
Ian was born in UK and has a lived in Eastern Europe since 1994 with a successful business career with PricewaterhouseCoopers and more recently as a coach with Coaching Partnership. In 2001 he came across Nonviolent Communication and immediately experienced its transformative approach to life, self and relationships. He has been a Certified trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication since 2008 and, together with his wife Monica Reu, runs Asociatia Pentru Comunicare Non-Violenta (www.nonviolenta.org).