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Participants in our intensive programs have increased skills and mastery of
communication and connection through shared understanding, through the use of
empathy, authentic self-expression, shared goals, and practical problem-solving tools.
Sharing Nonviolent Communication in your Community:
A train-the-trainer session for people who want to share NVC


For people who have been touched deeply by the practice of NVC like
we have, it’s a natural impulse to want to share it with others.  But how
to do it?  What are the key skills needed to be successful?


Join us to learn the basic skills involved in successfully sharing NVC in
your communities. We’ll teach how to make effective requests in groups
as well as tips for how to navigate issues related to privilege and social


We'll also share how to lead an activity designed for beginners called
"The Empathy Café" and will touch on how to design an NVC offering.
We also plan to have ample time for participants to practice these
different concepts and skills.



DATE and TIME: Sunday, May 19, 2019 (10 am - 5 pm)


LOCATION: Washtenaw Community College, 4800 E. Huron River Dr.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 (map) - Business Education Building, room 160.


TRAINERSFrançois Beausoleil (pictured left) and Irene Bowers (right)


COST: Early Bird: $120/person (by May 1, 2019)
Standard: $145/person (after May 1)


MULTIPLE PERSON DISCOUNT:  When 2 people register together, both people save 10%; when 3 or more register together, everyone saves 15%


QUESTIONS:  If you have questions about registration, payments or other logistics, email the Registrar (Jeff Brown). If you have questions about the program or content, email François Beausoleil (one of the trainers).


AUDIENCE:  30+ hours of in-person Nonviolent Communication training recommended



















François Beausoleil and Irene Bowers
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