A session with Kirsten Kirstensen
Most of us are hungry for skills that can improve the quality of our relationships, to deepen our sense of personal empowerment or simply help us communicate more effectively. Unfortunately, the habitual ways we think and speak hinder communication and create misunderstanding and frustration. And still worse, they can cause anger and pain, and may lead to violence. Without wanting to, even people with the best of intentions generate needless conflict.
Nonviolent Communication, also called Needs-Based Communication, helps us reach beneath the surface and discover what is alive and vital within us, and how all of our actions are based on human needs that we are seeking to meet. When we understand and acknowledge our needs, we develop a shared foundation for much more satisfying relationships. Join the thousands of people worldwide who have improved their relationships and their lives with this simple yet revolutionary process.
where: Centre fo Mindfulness Research and Practice, School of Psychology, Dean Street, BANGOR
when: 22nd April 2015
time: 6:00pm – 7:30 pm
fee: £12 regular, £5 students
to book contact: Pati Bielak at firstname.lastname@example.org