A Center for Restorative Solutions

Serving the Greater Seattle Area

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new sights, but in looking with new eyes." – Marcel Proust.

When we experience our needs not being met, and we also hear that some of what we do has impact for others, it can become confusing, painful and disconnecting. This 6 week Wednesday evening intro to communicating and connecting with compassion will create a possibility for us to engage with re-envisioning the shaming and blaming narratives we hold, and developing skills to have more power to increase connection with ourselves and communication with others.

Warmly,

Pam Orbach

Who is it for?
There are no prerequisites for this training, an open heart, and a longing for connection and growth will take you all the way.

Please email Pam at Pam.Orbach@EmpoweringConnection.com if you encounter any obstacles to attending, whether that is a need for rides, or a challenge with payment. It will be joyful to engage around your needs.

What to bring:
A drink, and snacks to nourish you while we work
A willing heart and body ready to grow

Introduction to Compassionate Communication - A 6-Week Evening Workshop Series

6 Mondays, Sep 9 - Oct 14, 2019 | 7-9 pm

Compassionate communication, the heart of Restorative Practice

If you have reached a time in your life where deeper self connection and rich engagement with other's really matters to you, then this evening introduction to Nonviolent Communication is for you. We will explore compassionate consciousness, what it means, and how we can access it in our daily lives through the adoption of doable practices and skills. Please join me, I am excited to be hosted again by the East Shore Unitarian Church in South Bellevue. Let's soak up connection and learning together.

What Previous participants said this about this series:

  • I loved this workshop. I can “feel” the shift in my perspective and I feel it in my body sensors. My need for education, learning, growth, community, support, authenticity were all met. — Jeeta Sohata
  • This was an opportunity for new learning and to practice new skills to resolve some relationship issues with a close friend. — Milly Mularky
  • The NVC paradigm itself is most significant. Sticking to facts and not interpretations. Pam’s energy is transformative. Her living by example is proof. — Sarah Cassidy

Points: Each week we will focus on one aspect of the skillset. We will learn and practice together. We will be present to whatever arises from the learning, and we will attend to whatever needs are in the room. I look forward to seeing you there.

 

Date: 6 Monday Evenings, Sep 9 - Oct 14, 2019

Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Location: East Shore Unitarian Church in Factoria – 12700 32nd St., Bellevue WA 98005. Spring Hall in Education Building. See the map.

Parking: Available at the church parking lot

Cost: $250

Register: Online Registration

Contact: Pam.Orbach@EmpoweringConnection.com or call 425-444-4276 questions about this workshop. Dianne Upton facilities@esuc.org or 425-747-3780 ext. 102 for questions regarding to registration, scholarship, location or other general information.

 
 

INTRO TO NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION

DATE & TIME
6 Mondays, Sep 9 - Oct 14, 2019
7-9 PM

LOCATION
East Shore Unitarian Church – 12700 32nd St., Bellevue WA 98005
Spring Hall in Education Building. See the map.

PARKING
Church parking lot is available.

COST
$200 general, or $100 for East Shore Unitarian Church member

REGISTER
Online Registration

CONTACT
Pam.Orbach@EmpoweringConnection.com or call 425-444-4276 with workshop questions.
Dianne Upton facilities@esuc.org or 425-747-3780 ext. 102 for questions regarding to registration, scholarship, location or other general information.