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Parenting from the Heart

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PARENTING FROM THE HEART: FROM CONFLICT TO COLLABORATION


What if your family was a team that loved supporting each other?


Demanding that children obey us, against their will, engenders resentment and rebellion.


Learn how to move from constantly judging our children as good or bad to relating to them as fellow people, with the same feelings and universal needs that we all have. This supports mutual respect, understanding, cooperation and trust.


Participants are invited to become conscious of the joy they experience when helping to meet the needs of others. Modelling this for our children encourages them to connect with that same joy.


Topics that we may wish to explore are how to:


• Create a quality of connection that embodies unconditional love.
• Mediate conflicts between our children.
• Express yourself so you’re heard and respected.
• Set clear limits without using demands or coercion.
• Empower your kids to open up, cooperate and realise their full potential


A transformational, experiential training that is stimulating, fun and safe!


This workshop is for anyone who has children, cares for children, or works with children.


Recommended preparation: Foundation Training in NVC, reading Marshall Rosenberg’s “Nonviolent Communication: A language of life”, or watching his full foundation course video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LuPCAh9FCc


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DETAILS
Date: 6 November, Tuesday (Deepavali)
Time: 9.30AM to 12.30PM
Venue: Shuniya, 33A Hong Kong Street (2nd Floor), Singapore 059672




TICKETS
Single: $75
Couple/ Bring a friend: $125 ($25 discount)
Bundle: If you are attending two different workshops by Dorset (whether by yourself or as a couple / with a friend), you will get 10% discount. Drop us a note at workshops@chapterzero.org for your discount code.
Scholarship: We have ONE scholarship position available for this workshop. We would like to award this scholarship to a single parent, a parent or educator who is an ethnic minority, and/or a parent/educator who is having financial difficulties affording our course fees.
To apply, you would have to write to us at connect@chapterzero.org and provide us information for our consideration.




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ABOUT NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION (NVC)


Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a practical and learnable process for communicating with empathy, honesty, power and compassion. Its purpose is to ensure everyone’s needs are met peacefully. NVC develops people’s ability to transform blame, criticism and conflict into respectful, constructive communication. It has a profound effect on relationships and on the contexts of our lives.




ABOUT DORSET CAMPBELL-ROSS


Dorset Campbell-Ross (U.K./Australia) has been a counsellor, lecturer and seminar leader since 1992, specialising in communication and relationship skills. A Certified Trainer with the Centre for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), since 2004, an NLP Master Practitioner , Rebirther, and Hypnotherapist, he has conducted business and personal relationship trainings in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Greece, Africa, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. He has also mediated between groups of people in conflict in Ireland, Australia and Indonesia.


Living in Byron Bay, Australia, he has trained more than 1000 people in NVC, established ongoing practice groups, and has a private practice mediating and coaching individuals, couples and families in NVC, both in person and online.


In 2013 he was invited by CNVC to be one of the four CNVC trainers at the first ever 9 day International Intensive Training in Kenya, Africa. 47 African peace activists attended. Since then he has trained at IITs in Germany, South Korea, and Bali, Indonesia.


He continues to teach regularly in Indonesia, where he was invited by the hospital staff to be the Crisis Centre manager at the Sangla Hospital immediately following the Bali bomb in 2002. This experience affected him deeply and inspired his desire to became a peace activist through teaching and living Nonviolent Communication. Since then he has offered NVC pro bono in Aceh, Djakarta, Bali and Papua, to give back something in return for all the love that he has received since his first visit in 1970.
Tue Nov 6, 2018
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM SGT
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Venue
Shuniya, 33A Hong Kong Street (2nd Floor), Singapore 059672
Tickets
Single SOLD OUT $75.00
Couple/ Bring a friend SOLD OUT $125.00
Bundle Ticket (Communicate to Connect + Transforming Anger + Parenting from the Heart) - Single SOLD OUT $450.00
Bundle Ticket (Communicate to Connect + Transforming Anger + Parenting from the Heart) - Couple/ Bring a friend SOLD OUT $800.00
Venue Address
33a Hongkong St, Singapore 059672 Singapore
Organizer
Chapter Zero Singapore
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