This is a 5 part series Workshop (total 12 hours) based on Nonviolent Communication, the world acclaimed practice changing lives; offered in West Houston (77077) beginning on Sunday, May 20. Time each date: 2 to 4:15pm If you want a brief, FREE introduction, Come on MAY 20 or JUNE 3 at 1:00 pm. The topics each day will be Choose Self-Compassion, Choose Empathy, 6/17 Transforming Anger into Compassion, 7/1 Choose Honesty, and 7/15 Putting It All Together. This will be the last public workshop by Bren in 2018. Extremely important to PRE-REGISTER for free intro or workshop.
Bren Hardt invites you to a day-trip in Brenham for a workshop (4th annual FUNfest) on the basics of Compassionate or Nonviolent Communication. If you want to 1) Reclaim our empathic facilities to recognize and honor the common ground we share in all our relationships AND 2) find and empower our voices by aligning what we deeply value with our words and actions, join us. All proceeds benefit a scholarship fund for a October Texas International Intensive. Donation requests range from $50 to $85. Includes lunch. PRE-REGISTRATION PLEASE at website and Flyer there.
The HPJC non-violence discussion group attempts to meet every month.
This month, we will be meeting at Lucy, a great Ethiopian restaurant! Come prepared to eat and talk (or listen).
Join us for a week of compassionate action and education to celebrate and cultivate Houston’s compassionate culture!
Please go to http://compassionatehouston.org/cw2018/ for more info.
Join us on the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination.
The Basic AVP Workshop is fun and empowers personal growth—an interactive, intensive,
2½-day experience that hones interpersonal conflict-resolution skills. Experiential exercises, small groups, and one-to-one interactions build community and trust around the themes of:
Affirmation & Self Esteem
Communication & Cooperation
Creative Conflict Resolution
As Houstonians of faith our DNA is infused with action, response, and hope. Join us for an open community dialogue about the increased rhetoric of war
AVP is dedicated to reducing violence: on the streets, at work, in schools, in homes, and in relationships everywhere
AVP provides tools for creative, nonviolent resolution to conflicts used by peace workers such as Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesus of Nazareth, and many others
Justice Without Death
Shared stories from murder victim family members of healing through reconciliation, and Q&A with the Office of Kim Ogg, Harris County District Attorney.
A Salute to Leaders in the Field of Conflict Resolution
The Association for Conflict Resolution Houston (ACRH) Chapter, a 501c3 since 2001, is holding its inaugural benefit to raise funds for the professional commitment of local mediators to initiate Peer Mediation programs within schools in the Harris County and contiguous counties.