I'm heading off to Europe in a couple of days, looking forward to meeting some new CNVC friends.
Before I left I wanted to let you know that Marshall will be in Sannta Barbara this weekend offering two free workshops on Saturday and Sunday. Details below...
Secondly, I receive the following link from a friend in New Mexico and wanted to share it with you: http://www.positivepause.com/en/
Peace, even now,
Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D. will present two workshops to be held in
Santa Barbara, Sept 16 and 17, 2006 at the Wake Center Auditorium,
300 N. Turnpike Road, Santa Barbara, California.
These are FREE events, open to the public, sponsored by Santa
Barbara City College. You do not need to pre-register. We have
space for all who want to attend. You are welcome to either or both
of the following events. CEU credits will be available for MFT/LCSW
& RN/LVN for Sat. ($24) and for Sun. ($16). CNA are free.
Saturday, Sept 16, 2006 - 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wake Center Auditorium
Compassionate Communication: A Language of the Heart
The essence of communication happens at the heart level. Become a
more effective communicator, educator and negotiator by learning to
use specific tools and techniques of Nonviolent Communication.
Discover how to inspire others to change their behavior willingly.
Learn and practice how to offer and receive criticism without loss
of self-esteem and how to express your feelings and desires directly
Dr. Rosenberg, international peacemaker and founder of the Center
for Nonviolent Communication, has provided training and conflict
resolution in schools, mental health clinics, hospitals, prisons,
war-torn countries, and with individuals and families for 35 years.
His innovative work has created dramatic personal and social changes
toward a more compassionate world.
Sunday, Sept 17, 2006 - 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wake Center Auditorium
Compassionate Communication: Advanced Applications
If you have attended any of Marshall Rosenberg's previous workshops,
here is a chance to advance your skills through practical
application of the tools and techniques of nonviolent compassionate
communication. Further develop your conflict resolution skills and
improve relationships with spouses, children, parents, bosses and co-
Dr. Rosenberg is author of the book Nonviolent Communication: A
Language of Life.
Continuing Education classes are for people eighteen (18) years of
age or older (High School students may attend with signed permission
Place: Wake Center Auditorium
300 N. Turnpike Rd, Santa Barbara
Phone: 805) 687-0812
Food is available on the premises.
Accommodations: any place in Santa Barbara will be no more than 10
minutes to the Wake Center. The Santa Barbara Visitor Center may be
helpful to you in suggesting accommodations for you. Their telephone
number is (805) 965-3021.
The Wake Center is located about 6 minutes north of downtown Santa
Barbara and 6 minutes south of the airport.
Driving north on 101, the last Santa Barbara exit is Turnpike. Turn
Right on Turnpike (toward mountains). It's one and a half blocks to
the entrance of the Wake Center, on the right side of the street.
Just come in to the gated parking lot.
Driving south on 101, exit at Turnpike. Turn Left, over the
freeway. It's one and a half blocks to the entrance of the Wake
Center, on the right side of the street. Just come in to the gated
If you should have any further questions please feel free to call
Becky Saffold at (805) 687-0812.