→ What are the benefits of this training?
First of all, people trained in nonviolent Communication gain clarity about what is important to them and what makes them react. In most cases, this is not what they initially thought. Their expression therefore becomes clearer, as does their ability to offer creative solutions in tense situations.
In addition, nonviolent Communication offers resources to act responsibly for one's own well-being and for the collective well-being. Those trained generally report an improvement in their confidence in themselves and in others.
→ How does a training take place?
The first morning is dedicated to the presentation of nonviolent Communication, either on a one to one basis or with a group up to about twenty participants. We discuss the principles of objective description of facts, the perception of present emotions, the awareness of individual needs at stake, and diffferent proposals for change. Participants acquire references, resources and individual exercises to deepen their practice later if they wish. The basic training of nonviolent Communication takes place over three days, with 5 to 20 participants. We will go deeper into the principles discussed during the presentation and individually or collectively, we work with real situations experienced by the participants. Advanced courses can be developed on request according to the specific needs of a group already trained in the basics of nonviolent Communication.
Nonviolent Communication can transform a conflict between two individuals into a process building consensus. This approach is used when two people ar at odds, they will in the end be able to highlight the stakes of a conflict and to both agree on the necessary changes.
Quotation on request.
All training can be given in English
and / or e-learning, with adapted schedules
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INITIAL TRAINING IN NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION
Develop emotional and relational skills that promote fair decision-making for ourselves and for others.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone wishing to develop their emotional and relational skills, and willing to express their feelings during the training. No prerequisites. The recommended minimum age is 14 years old.
- Experimenting with different degrees of empathy : cognitive, emotional, and deep empathy. Getting to know the difference between understanding what someone is going through and being in empathy with it.
- Practice empathetic listening. Knowing the main pitfalls to empathy, and conditions conducive to trust.
- Know how to identify a "Drama Triangle": victim-persecutor-rescuer, Express aggressiveness and judgments in a safe manner.
- Develop fair actions for oneself and for others. Formulate a clear and achievable request and incorporate feedback from the affected people.
The initial trainings are carried out on request for groups of 5 to 12 people, and will be adapted to the participants's specific situation.
In-depth modules can be carried out on specific themes (relationship to money, collective decision-making, therapeutic relationship, family relationships, etc.)
To find out more, you can contact me using the form below
PARTNERS & LINKS
Nonviolent Communication is a lively approach to human relationships, which constantly feeds on different perspectives including psychology, bodily practices and spirituality. Here are some of the partners who enrich our training courses.
The Frog's House - www.thefrogshouse.fr
La Frog's is a holistic place that welcomes small groups in Saint Jeannet (06) for a week-long immersion in yoga, hiking, nonviolent Communication and much more ...
Michelle Pélisse - www.lesrencontresdufildor.com
Hypnotherapist and family systemic therapist, Michelle and Hélène introduce you to nonviolent Communication and self-hypnosis, in Biot (06).
Michel Hirschowitz - https://rouelibre06.wordpress.com
Michel leads training courses in Living Communication in Saint Jeannet (06), and organises meetings around the subject of Ecology and NVC internships with various trainers.
Sofia Giliberti - www.sofiagiliberti.com
Dance movement therapist and trained in Somatic Experiencing, Sofia co-created with Hélène an approach combining nonviolent Communication and contact improvisation dance.
Stéphane Vermeulen - www.stephanevermeulen.com
Gestallt therapist, Stéphane integrates NVC and bodily processes into psychotherapy, in Villeneuve-Loubet (06).