PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED for CEU’s—contact: 745-4259
A Compassionate Communication Training for Families, Teachers, Social Workers, Early Childhood workers, Couples, Law Enforcement and Work Situations (6-hour free workshop with Patrick Marsolek and Aimee Ryan. Based on the Nonviolent Communication model of Marshall Rosenberg.
· SAT. SEPT. 27 – MVUMC—9-4—LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED
·FRI. OCT. 24 –SKC,Camas Room,Joe McDonald Bldg.- 9-4—LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED
(Co-sponsored by SKC Social Work and Psychology Depts.)
Join us for a chance to enjoy hands-on learning focused on developing respectful, authentic, and compassionate communication within your family unit or work situation. These skills can increase connection in relationships by helping elders listen compassionately to the struggles of their children/grandchildren, while helping children empathize with the needs of their elders. Work relationships can be strengthened due to developing better listening techniques. Community participation is welcome and children and teens are encouraged to attend.
This workshop will be a fun, playful way to learn to:
· Avoid obstacles to effective communication
· Offer and receive authentic gratitude
· Create an atmosphere of trust
· Make family time more FUN
· Work with family conflicts in the moment
PRE-REGISTER BY CALLING 745-4259/6 OPI RENEWAL CREDITS; EARLY
CHILDHOOD, SWP, POST COURSE CREDITS,and SKC CEU’s are available. 1-wk notice if possible.
Workshops sponsored by the Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition, Inc. with a grant from the Oleta “Pete” Smith Endowment fund.