Jean Morrison, MA,
earned CNVC trainer certification in 1989, and specializes in whole brain learning and thinking, experiential learning, and interactive games. She has facilitated NVC trainings in schools, prisons, business teams, and community organizations internationally. She also is in private practice.
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) has been described as a personal practice for clarifying and living one’s values, a guide for interpersonal communication, an effective process for conflict resolution, a powerful tool for social change, and a language of compassion for any life situation. Deepak Chopra has called this process “the missing link.” In a fun, lively, collaborative, and supportive environment, we integrate practices that support individuals to change the way they communicate and relate to themselves and each other. Learning NVC helps liberate us from:
NVC is internationally recognized, taught, and implemented as a tool for quality of life.
During this month of intensive immersion in NVC principles and practices with Jean Morrison, participants are offered the opportunity to strengthen their ability to:
• Live from a consciousness of compassion, for yourself and with others
• Make peace with conflict; affecting emotional health and well-being
• Replace habits of mind and language that create distress and walls of separation with new habits that create connection, understanding, and healing
All too often, the words we express create walls when we were hoping for connection or understanding. This workshop provides practices to integrate the principles and processes of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to help us say the hard stuff without poking the finger of blame.