Canadian Rocky Mountain Heart to Heart - 9th Annual NVC Conference
Where ever you are (Zoom)
Calgary, AB, Canada
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Based on the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) work of Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, this online conference focuses on creating and maintaining strong relationships in our personal and professional lives. It introduces and builds on a simple, powerful process language that transforms how we interact with ourselves and others. You can apply NVC to personal and professional relationships, self-empowerment, social justice, and other areas of your life. The conference is open to everyone.
Conference details: Schedule, Session Descriptions, Trainer Biographies click here. If you have any trouble accessing these documents, contact John Sweeney, +1 520 444-6628, firstname.lastname@example.org. He will be glad to send you an email with these documents.
The Other Side of Sorrow
Rewriting Limiting Beliefs
See me Beautiful: Translating to Feelings and Needs
Mediating Conflicts with NVC and Mindfulness
Emotive Pathways - Experiential Empathy
Eat by Choice, Not by Habit
NVC Zen: Living in Paradox land of “Both And”
The Art of Giving Feedback
Making Empowered Requests
Introduction to NVC
Our facilitators are conference co-founders CNVC-Certified Trainer Anne Walton, and Language of the Heart Founder, Al Tinholt; CNVC-Certified Trainer/Assessor Sylvia Hasvitz; CNVC-Certified Trainers Aya Caspi, Hope Moffatt, and John Kinyon; NVC Practitioner Lynda Switzer; and CNVC Certification Candidates Val Brandham, Elke Haggerty, and Lynn McLaughlin.
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced sessions will be available. All the sessions will be recorded for future access for personal learning.
For those on the certification path, we are pleased to share that each block of sessions has at least one CNVC-Certified Trainer and hours with them will count towards your certification.
Friday, April 9, 2021, 6-8 PM MDT
Saturday and Sunday, April 10-11, 2021, 9 AM - 5 PM MDT
Multiple payment options are available; please choose the rate that is the most joyous contribution that you can make. If you are committed to attending and you need a different ticket fee, please contact us to discuss your options. Attention Anne at H2HAlberta@gmail.com. Similarly, please also contact Anne if you would like to make a donation to the scholarship fund for the event.
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