Compassionate Communication Class - Bozeman

Is it hard to express your feelings?
Is it hard to listen to another when you’re in conflict?

Your can improve your self-awareness and your communication with all the people in your life. Get hands-on practice learning the connection between feelings and needs and how to express them with more openness and honesty.

You can develop a deeper sense of ease and trust when you are in conflict or having a challenge communicating. This class will introduce you to the Nonviolent Communication tools developed by Marshall Rosenberg and show you practical ways you can start communicating more effectively.

7:00 - 9:00 pm, Thursday, Mar. 21st
$10 or $15 for two.

Register One Person
Register Two People

Movement Arts Center - Bozeman
1871 S. 22nd Ave Ste 2, at Kagy

Contact Patrick Marsolek at 406-443-3439 or to register.

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Come for a fun, playful exploration of essential communication skills. You can learn the importance of feelings and how they connect with your inner values and needs. You can learn how your inner values direct your actions, communications, emotional expressions and all forms of behavior. You can learn to recognize and value other people’s expression of their values and needs.

This class is based on the work of Marshall Rosenberg and the Center for Nonviolent Communication.

Some of the basics we'll cover will be;

  • Connecting Needs to Feelings.
  • Learning how to make connective requests.
  • Learning how to receive information clearly without judgement.
  • Recognizing our own needs when we're judgemental.
  • Giving and receiving empathy.
  • How to respond when we hear a "NO".
  • How to express our needs so that they're more easily heard.


Thursday, March 21, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm