Nonviolent Communication Workshops at Putney Friends

Heart-Conscious Communication Workshop
facilitated by Karen Fogliatti, Ph.D.
based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg: NonViolent Communication (NVC)

What to Say When You Don’t Agree

Tired of arguing?
Learn to communicate with authenticity and open-heartedness

Imagine being able to:
 * Feel competent and stay present in the heat of differences
 * Be authentic while simultaneously holding the connection
 * Experience no fight, no flight, no giving in
 * Get to resolution you can both feel good about
 * Use conflict for personal growth and to enrich your relationships

FREE INTRO: Thursday, October 17th
6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Friends Meeting House, Putney, VT

Optional Follow-up:
8-WEEK Workshop
Date: Thursdays, Oct. 17 – Dec. 12, 2013, 6 – 8:30 pm
(First class can be used as a Free Intro; Can decide participation after class)
Place: The Friends Meeting House in Putney, VT (wesr side of Rte. 5)
Cost: $185-$260 (sliding scale), includes materials

Facilitator: Karen Fogliatti, Ph.D.
experienced educator, mediator, counselor

For more information contact Karen at 413-773-8303 or karenmf@mindspring.com
See website: www.heartconsciouscommunication.com; for NVC info & materials: www.cnvc.org

2 thoughts on “Nonviolent Communication Workshops at Putney Friends

  1. This is the first time visiting the Putney Friends website. I can’t believe that you are posting an obnoxious and offensive YouTube advertisement video which was all about anger, greed, putting down others harshly, and egotism. I clicked on to watch it because I thought it was going to tell me more about your upcoming Nonviolence workshop. Boy, was I wrong – I was REALLY put off and actually disgusted.

  2. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Carol. The ads are a new thing that WordPress adds to our website. We did not ask for this, do not want it, and are exploring the option of paying more for our website so they won’t put ads on our website. I personally find these ads as a distraction at best and offensive at worst. We’re working on stopping this. Best, Steve Chase

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