Tue, Sep 26|
Mukai Farm & Garden
Introduction of Nonviolent Communication (NVC)
This highly interactive course will combine the evidence based practices of interpersonal neurobiology such as Non Violent Communication (NVC) and Motivational Interviewing to teach participants respectful, collaborative communication strategies.
Time & Location
Sep 26, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Mukai Farm & Garden, 18017 107th Ave SW, Vashon, WA 98070, USA
About the Event
This highly interactive course will combine the evidence based practices of interpersonal neurobiology such as Non Violent Communication (NVC) and Motivational Interviewing to teach participants respectful, collaborative communication strategies. Using the framework of Emotional Intelligence, this systematic approach teaches the communicator how to utilize empathetic listening and acknowledge needs which lead to the ability to make requests to modify behavior. The participant will learn how to listen effectively, dispel labels, and define what the window of somatic tolerance is. The participant will examine how their beliefs may differ from the others, where stumbling blocks may be and create a plan for how to begin the conversation. This process allows each person to experience being heard and respected by identifying core individual needs of themselves and others. We will also explore the art of the apology.
This workshop is free, for folx who have experienced some form of interpersonal or family trauma or harm at any point in their lives.
About the instructor: Jamie Wolf, MPPA (he/him/they) is a sociologist, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, public speaker & facilitator who builds comedy into intellectual, philosophical and leadership topics. Jamie lives on a five-acre farm on a beautiful island in the pacific temperate rain forest of North America.
Jamie is the founder and CEO of Island Consulting & Training®. During Jamie’s career, Jamie garnered expertise in exceptional leadership models. Jamie has enjoyed the privilege of creating exceptional learning environments for at-risk-youth, within colleges, public service organizations, and governmental departments for over 25 years.
Jamie provides superb education on a wide variety of subjects including ethical decision making; creating organizational and personal vision and mission statements; diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), is a communication expert and loves working with and teaching about trauma informed care; interpersonal neurobiological responses to stress; emotional reactivity/activation and subsequent outcomes related to harmful cognitive and behavioral outcomes; risk management; communication competencies; conflict management; leadership concepts; and other vital workplace and personal topics. Jamie has been called a “communication Ninja” and ICT courses consistently deliver relevant and evidence-based training.
“Jamie’s ability to make complex, sensitive material accessible and engaging to audiences” is both widely recognized and unwaveringly lauded. Jamie is a sought after Keynote Speaker and large event facilitator for government agencies, community based organizations, social services organizations and schools. Jamie regularly leads seminars in the private and public sectors as well and works with families, individuals and is a coach to coaches. Jamie’s expertise in curriculum development and the creation of exceptional adult learning environments, creates wide ranging appeal to diverse audiences."