Nonviolent Communication online Training

 Wholehearted Communication
  • 6 Week course January 2023 – 10th January until 14th February 2023 – This counts as 2 full training days for CNVC certification.

What is Nonviolent Communication?

What I want in my life is compassion, a flow between myself and others based on a mutual giving from the heart.
                                                                                                    Marshall Rosenberg

Nonviolent Communication (NVC) was originated by Marshall Rosenberg (1934 – 2015) over a period of about 40 years, as he dedicated his life to understanding what separates us and connects us, what brings us to violence and what brings us to resolution and peaceful coexistence.

Its purpose is to strengthen our ability to inspire compassion and to respond compassionately to others and to ourselves.
Nonviolent communication (NVC),also known as compassionate communication, is an approach to communicating designed to help people connect more compassionately with themselves and others. Nonviolent communication can transform communication and interactions, as it enables people to become more aware of their feelings, needs, and longings, as well as those of others, in everyday living situations.

This course includes an exploration beyond the classic approach of NVC. There will also be a step by step exploration of the classical model with a special focus in developing the quality of personal presence in our daily and ordinary life, an invitation to heart connection and healing.

* You will learn to cultivate authentic communication
* You will feel more secure in personal and professional conversations
* You will develop skills to connect within you what really matters in any interaction.                                                                                                              * Strengthen resilience and empathy.



Full price: 250 €
Concession: 150 €


Online Course with Zoom platform
Duration: 6 consecutive weeks
When: Tuesday  10th January – Tuesday  15th February – Hours: 4 to 5.30 p.m.