Free Nonviolent Communication Training

Thursday, October 19 Choose one or all three:

9am-noon • First United Methodist, Georgetown,TX Corner of University Ave. and Ash St; Please call (512) 863-2370 to register for free presentation. To reserve free but limited-space childcare, contact (512) 863-2370.

3:30pm to 6pm • University of Texas at Austin sponsored by UT Students for Nonviolence (Location: Texas Union Building , Asian Cultures Room on 4th floor, off Guadalupe between 22nd and 24th St .)

7pm to 9:30pm • St. Andrews Presbyterian, Austin , TX 14311 Wells Port Drive , Austin 78728 (near I-35 & Wells Branch Road). For a map or to reserve free but limited-space childcare, contact staopen@sbcglobal.net or (512)251-0698

Nonviolent Communication (sm) (NVC), Marshall Rosenberg’s radical process, offers hope and immediately usable tools for resolving conflicts, reducing criticism, defensiveness, blame, shame, misunderstanding and violence.

NVC is sometimes called Compassionate Communication and is effective for helping us value each other’s needs and mutually find ways to meet them in families, schools, businesses, and everyday life. Join us to see if this fits for you as a way to increase the world’s supply of respect, integrity, trust, cooperation and fun.

Presenter: Liv Monroe, a certified NVC trainer from Olympia , WA (For a short biography, see www.psncc.org)

• No charge • donations appreciated •

Questions? contact Bren Hardt (979)830-0136
bbhardt@academicplanet.com

Nonviolent Communication sm

A language for connecting with others, self, and life • by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg
The Center for Nonviolent Communication • 1-800-255-7696 • www.cnvc.org