Ricardo Guillén Nonviolent Communication an introduction
Ricardo Guillén

Organizer

Ricardo Guillén
Website
http://www.ricardoguillen.se
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Location

STPLN
Stapelbäddsgatan 3, Malmö, Sweden

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Date

2019-03-27

Time

Swedish time
18:15 - 20:45

Cost

Free

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[In Swedish] Nonviolent Communication, an introduction – Malmö

Want to improve your relationship skills? Come to this workshop and get to know a process, Nonviolent Communication (NVC), which can help you when relating to yourself or others.
Maybe you have an important relationship you want to handle better. Perhaps you want ideas on how to develop your relationship with yourself. Perhaps you have ways to act, or ways to see the world that get in the way of getting the quality you want in your relationships. If you want to know more, this evening is for you. You’ll get an overview of NVC in:
Theory:
– What NVC is, and what it is for
– Basic tenets
– The difference between observations and interpretations, feelings and thoughts, needs and strategies, requests and demands
– Theory based on questions
Exercises:
– In some way, depending on how the evening progresses, what is requested, etc.
The workshop is free and requires no pre-registration, but please click “Going” on this Facebook-event if you intend to go as it will make it easier to plan snacks (vegan and gluten free): https://www.facebook.com/events/267620244135589/
This workshop is given in collaboration with STPLN. It is part of Empathic Way Europe’s invitation to NVC trainers to host free events for one week in order to increase awareness of NVC.
Read more about STPLN here: https://stpln.org/
No prerequisites are required, but if you want to get some pre-understanding of NVC, try listening to this Youtube intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZnXBnz2kwk
Trainer: My name is Ricardo Guillén, check out my website here: https://www.ricardoguillen.se/english
Questions? Write to me using the form on my website, or call me, +46 709 55 87 30.

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