I am so excited to partner with the NVC Academy to present the first 3 hour workshop exploring how the interplay of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and Judaism can bring us into deeper connection with ourselves and our personal, local and global communities.
Nonviolent Communication, through it’s founding teacher Marshall Rosenberg, has deep roots in Judaism. I hope you consider joining and spreading the word.
Roberta is excited to midwife this exploration of how Judaism and Nonviolent Communication can illuminate each other and bring us into deeper connection with ourselves and our personal, local and global communities.
In this special three hour session, open to everyone, we will draw on core NVC practices to engage with Jewish teachings and draw on Jewish practices and teachings that enliven and deepen NVC principles. We will draw on both to experience how integrating the two can bring us into more satisfying connection with ourselves, our families and the communities with which we identify.
Familiarity with Torah and NVC is not necessary; please bring a curiosity to engage with both! Materials will be supplied.
To register and then access your online classroom sign in to ( or you will be prompted to create) your NVC Academy account and click on NVC & Judaism; Torah at the Intersection in your course list:
For help registering or more info, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 25, 2020. 12:00 – 3:00pm Eastern (EDT) Time Find Your Time Zone
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Here, again, is the link to the registration info, the program will be 3 hours, and you will have unlimited access to the recording and materials. Sunday October 25. https://nvctraining.com/registration/signup/NVC-Judaism
Roberta Wall is certified to offer trainings in NVC by the Center for Nonviolent Communication. She is a student and practitioner of Torah and Jewish thought, and the author of the forthcoming book, Torah at the Intersection. Her blogs share some of her journey with NVC and Torah in the US, Europe and the Mideast: