Nonviolent Communication Practice Group

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Nonviolent Communication is a method of communicating which aims to develop honest and compassionate connection by avoiding triggering your own and other's fight-flight-freeze reaction. We begin and end each meeting by practicing giving and receiving empathy; and you'll practice your self-expression skills by doing activities, games, role-plays, or other exercises. Coming to this group will give you practice and instruction in using Compassionate Communication in your daily life.

Always open to drop-ins, we meet at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church: 640 Hawthorn Lane in classroom 8. We gather on the First and Third Monday of the month at 6 pm. Sessions run for 2 hours. Participation is free. You can find more information at [WWW]Kind Communication

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