- Increase your safety in uncomfortable or even hostile situations.
- Deepen trust and connections with family, friends, colleagues, and communities.
- Build authentic relationships.
- Explore communication strategies for navigating our polarized world.
Join us for a conversation with Kathleen Macferran, a world-renowned teacher, author, featured TEDx speaker, and Certified Trainer and Assessor for the Center for Nonviolent Communication. She is passionate about sharing her wisdom, life stories, and practical tools for effective communication, and conflict response and prevention.
Kathleen has served as a workshop facilitator for the Freedom Project of Seattle, WA, an organization supporting healing and restoration inside and outside prisons through Nonviolent Communication. For over 30 years, she’s worked with businesses, schools, colleges, community groups, faith-based communities, hospitals, families, prison inmates, and correctional and law enforcement employees.
Her workshops focus upon practical communication skills geared towards reducing conflict, listening to others with empathy, and empowering us to move towards reconciliation with ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities.
If you have any questions, contact Leeanne Noble (208-301-1608) or Debbie Berkana (208-882-3460).
Friday, October 14 6-8:30 PM
Saturday, October 15 AM Session 9-12
break for lunch
PM Session 1:30-4:30
225 E. Palouse River Drive, Moscow, Gold Mountain Community School
Suggested donations: Friday ($15-$25) and Saturday ($30-$50).
No one turned away for lack of funds.
Due to the rise in COVID cases, this is a mask mandatory event.
Questions and Registration:
firstname.lastname@example.org 208-882-3460 email@example.com 208-301-1608