Practice groups provide opportunities for learning, growth, and connection to the principles of Nonviolent Communication, within a supportive community. The consistent structure can help you apply and integrate NVC awareness in your daily life.
Local practice groups are self forming, and lead by students of NVC, with different levels of experience. Group format and structure can vary widely depending on the needs and learning levels of group participants. We encourage you to find the group that meets your specific learning needs or help to create one yourself.
The following practice groups in your area are open to new members. To learn more about a group or to join, please contact the listed group facilitator.
Corvallis Continuing Skills Classes
Facilitator: Tina Taylor, RN, MS
Description: A chance to hone your skills, work on NVC fluency and real-life applications, and deepen your understanding of how to think and speak with compassionate consciousness.
COST: $35/ 4 meetings (in 2 months); $10 drop-in.
Twice monthly, on 1st and 3rd MONDAYS, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. Begins April 15, 2013.
Register online at tinataylor.co
Prerequisites: Some introductory experience, whether workshop, audio course, YouTube course, book reading; familiarity with the basic model (O-F-N-R).
Meeting Day/Time: Mondays, 7:00 PM–9:00 PM
Location: 2255 NW 25th Street,, Corvallis, OR
Group Duration: Begins April 15, 2013, Ending December 16, 2013
Group Maximum: 12 Members
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 541.753.2255
Start a Practice Group
For info on starting your own practice group, see Starting a Practice Group covering the following topics:
- Practice Group Considerations
- Sample Group Structures
- Host or Facilitate a Group
- Find Support
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