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.
NVC Intermediate Bimonthly Practice Group
Facilitator: Tim Buckley and Elaine Hultengren
Description: A bi-monthly opportunity to practice skill sets of self-connection, expressing in NVC, empathizing in NVC, and staying in dialogue. A variety of interactive exercises that have been developed by NVC trainers are used. 10 dollars per session. Currently the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month
Prerequisites: Read and or attended a NVC basics class in Nonviolent Communication. Very helpful to have had prior workshop experience and have developed some working knowledge and practice of NVC concepts.
Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays, 7:00 PM–9:00 PM
Location: Salem area, Salem, OR 97555
Group Duration: Begins September 23, 2010, Ending undetermined
Required Books/Materials: None
Group Maximum: 10 Members
Contact: email@example.com, 503-990-6781
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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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