- Nonviolent Communication for Focusers
Nonviolent Communication theory helps complete Focusing’s mission for peace.
NVC theory gives perspectives on biases.
NVC is helpful in “cultivating the ground” for teaching Focusing.
NVC helps people move up the Experiencing Scale and creates a “holding and letting” space for felt senses to form.
And of course Focusing makes NVC more effective by bringing felt sensing into the NVC process.
For all these reasons and more, NVC and Focusing compliment each other.
This 6-week online course will help you learn NVC in a Focusing-friendly environment. Fridays at 8 p.m Eastern (April 20 and 27, May 4, 11 and 25, June 1)
US$150 until March 31, $175 after that.
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2. Individual Mentoring in Focusing and NVC–in person or online
Focusing and NVC belong together. I will help you apply Focusing and NVC to conflicts you are going through.
$60 per session
3. Individual sessions in Thinking at the Edge–in person or online
I create a quiet, spacious, relaxed atmosphere, where you can breathe and allow what is within you to come into the world. It could be a stressful situation that you wish to transform, or a transformational idea that wants to be born through you. Like a good midwife, I will be fiercely protective of the quiet, supported space you need, so that there will be no intrusions or interruptions while your process is unfolding.
I love this work, and try to make it accessible and affordable to those who need it, by giving a discount for a series of 7 sessions.
You can start with a free, half hour session in order for us to get to know each other.
Individual sessions: $75
Series of 7 private, individual one-hour TAE sessions: $495. Payment plans available
For more information on the above classes, or to sign up, please fill in the contact form below, mentioning what interests you in the comments section.
4. 18-month certification as a Focusing Trainer: June 2018 to November 2019.
Ten 3-day in person classes in Connecticut in, all other classes online.
Course will cover Domain Focusing, some IRF Focusing, Nonviolent Communication as a door to Focusing, Thinking at the Edge, and other topics of interest to participants. Please request more information with the contact form below.