What is Compassionate Communication?
Compassionate Communication, also known as Nonviolent Communication, is a simple set of steps and principles that help people connect and enjoy working and playing together. Many people find it transforms both their thinking and their relationships. Some situations where Compassionate Communication include:
- Couples and families
- Workplace relationships
- Churches and volunteer organizations
- Among neighbors and friends
- For inner peace and clarity
- For optimal negotiation and problem solving
Compassionate Communication was created by Marshall Rosenberg, a psychologist who worked in the civil rights movement and in peacekeeping efforts across the globe.
Terry LePage has coached and trained hundreds of people in Compassionate Communication since 2007. She creates dynamic interactive learning with simple principles and real world examples– including yours.