Compassionate Communication Foundations Training – RECORDING AVAILABLE!
This presentation was broadcast live on Zoom and recorded on Oct 2, 2020. The video recording is available for viewing.

Register here – An email with a link will be sent to you to watch the recording. Registration Fee – $10

AWAKENING CURIOSITY & RESTORING VITALITY

COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION (CC), also known as Nonviolent Communication, is rooted in the awareness of the universality of our human needs and of how we use language to express and meet those needs. It is a LANGUAGE of MOVEMENT and PROCESS that invites us to listen to the source of LIFE within us.

CC proposes an interactive model and a mindset that re-frame our use of language, thus inviting honest expression and emphatic listening to be our essential connectors. It supports developing self- responsibility and agency, and it deepens our understanding of ourselves and others as well as gives us concrete tools to create authentic and meaningful conversations where all needs are heard.

This Compassionate Communication Foundations Training is for all who want to co-create empowering relationships NOW. It is a dynamic introduction of the Compassionate Communication mindset and its key principles. It provides an opportunity to study key concepts, develop practical skills and tools in a spirit of open curiosity and engagement. There will be additional practices offered throughout the 4 weeks of training to support and integrate each Saturday’s learning.

What can this new language and mindset offer us?

  • It deepens our understanding of what matters
  • It supports self-expression
  • It increases our chances of being heard and seen
  • It supports self-connection and interdependence
  • It develops self-responsibility
  • It empowers relationships
  • It creates a real dialogue through concrete tools
  • It builds a strong foundation for conflict resolution
Jacqueline Muller

Jacqueline Muller

Jacqueline Muller is a certified trainer with the International Center for Nonviolent Communication, co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network, and a Restorative Justice facilitator. She has worked with a diversity of people and groups in search of authentic expression and honest communication for 24 years. Her multi-cultural background as well as her quest for peace and justice has led her to work on immigration integration dialogue projects in Colorado and youth projects in the Middle East. Her passion for meaning, equanimity, and opportunities for all gives her teaching depth and gusto. Her outreach in offering NVC trainings extends beyond Colorado to Europe and Africa. she facilitates RJ circles, and supports individuals, couples, family members, and groups in her private practice, to create clear, engaged, and heart based communication.