FREE Nonviolent Communication Class

Date & Time:
Starts: Mon, Mar. 19, 2018
Ends: Mon, Apr. 23, 2018

Urbana University, Student Center, Moore Conference Room
Urbana, OH


As we celebrate the 2018 “Season for Nonviolence”, and continue our vision of creating a culture of peace, The Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund will offer a FREE 6-week Nonviolent Communication class for community members, high school students and Urbana University Students. Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is an approach to living that has roots in Gandhi's teachings on nonviolence. It refers not only to physical violence, but also to any other way we “attack” others or ourselves, such as through judgment, criticism, and blaming. Many of us long to hold others and ourselves with consideration and respect, but we sometimes find it hard to live these values in daily life. NVC gives us practical tools for embodying these values in any situation.

Diane Diller, an NVC trainer certified by the Global Center for Nonviolent Communication, will share how this practice helps us to communicate in a more loving and respectful way. Please join us on Mondays, March 19– April 23 from 7–9 p.m. This Nonviolent Communication class, will be held in the Moore Conference Room, downstairs in the Urbana University Student Center.

To register please call Tammy Leiker at (937)772- 9246. Space is limited and the class is free, so please RSVP. 

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