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Connecting Across Differences

  • First Congregational Church, UCC of S. Portland ottage Road 301 Cottage Road S. Portland, ME 04106 (map)

What Neuroscience & NVC have to offer

In this Level 1 Nonviolent Communication training with CNVC Trainer Peggy Smith:

  • You will practice skills for thinking and relating that build connection, even with people we are in conflict with.

  • You will learn about Interpersonal Neurobiology - what is happening in our bodies when we are reactive .... and how to build self-regulation capacities.

  • You will have fun and learn empowering ways of being a constructive person, partner, parent, community member, citizen.

You will have the opportunity to experience:

  • Practical skills you can put to use immediately

  • An understanding of the basic human needs

  • A new way to listen (to yourself and others)

  • An understanding of the difference between thoughts and feelings

  • A felt experience of empathy

This program has been approved for (#) Category A Continuing Education Credits by the National Association of Social Workers, NH Chapter. CEU # 3585


Friday, November 1 from 6:00 - 8:00pm

Saturday, November 2 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday, November 3 from noon - 4:00 pm


Notebook & Pen, plan to attend to your own food needs, hot water will be provided so feel free to bring your own mug and tea bags

Payment Info

Please note that payment using Pay Pal includes a $10 convenience fee. If you choose to pay by mail instead, the fees Is $150

Make check out to Clarity Services, LLC and mail to: 2807 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville, ME 04849.. Please include a note with the following info: name, address, phone #, email address, title and date of the training you are attending.

If you are experiencing financial hardship and wish to discuss options please contact

Connecting Across Differences
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