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Shelter-In-Place with Nonviolent Communication

Whether you're protecting yourself and loved ones by staying at home, or supporting yourself and others by continuing to work, we all could use a little extra support right now. Here are some Nonviolent Communication learning resources you may find helpful during this difficult time. 

 A good place to start is self-empathy. You can't give what you don't have, so being compassionate with yourself is an indispensible tool that will strengthen you and allow you to more fully support others. Here's the first session from Mary Mackenzie's course, Self-Empathy: Healing from the Inside Out...


Empathy guessing can seem magical and mysterious. While empathy is both intuitive and an art, there is also a science to it. In this brief introduction to Dian Killian's work, Empathy Magic, you'll learn a super-practical way to demystify empathy guessing by making use of the root meaning of words.

In this challenging time, we can be tempted to blame others for the predicament we find ourselves in.  Blame can become a terrible habit – one that’s extremely costly both personally, socially and culturally. When you play The Blame Game there are usually only losers. Nobody wins, not really. Listen as Francois Beausoleil explains how blame is a self-imposed prison and offers a path to freedom, from his work, The Blame Free State.


Navigate & Rethink Our New Reality


Activating Our Agency and Choice


Transform Stress, Anger, Fear, Depression (and More)

  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with Stephanie Bachmann Mattei

  • Embracing Your Emotions: Honoring the Wisdom of BIG Emotions (part 1) with Christine King



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