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Introduction to Compassionate Communication - 6 sessions


This 6 session Compassionate Communication introductory class over 12 weeks offers an overview and practice of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) and living more deeply in empathy. Classes will focus on the power of needs, empathy, anger & gratitude to create positive change in your life. Your own real life experiences at work and at home will be used to practice and to prioritize connection, even during conflict, in order to create the life you are longing for.

These classes will be facilitated by Drs. Kathy Masarie and Jody Bellant Scheer, both of whom have a wealth of training and experience in sharing Compassionate Communication. They base their work on Dr. Marshall Rosenberg's model of NVC.

Repeats every 2 weeks on Tuesday until Tue, May 12, 2020.
Tue, Mar 3, 2020 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Training by: 
Kathy Masarie's picture
Physician, Parent and Life Coach, Facilitator, Author of 3 parenting books

Kathy Masarie, M.D. has facilitated compassionate communication workshops and classes since 2004 and brings it into her work as a life coach. She also is a sought-after national speaker and facilitator specializing in empowering caring adults with communication and advocacy tools to enhance the lives of children from pre-school through high school. She also offers In-services and trainings for teachers, principals, and other educators.
A pediatrician, Dr. Masarie served the medical needs of families in Pennsylvania and Oregon for over two decades. Out of her pediatric practice grew a special interest in preventing risky behavior in teens and the founding of Family Empowerment Network ( Through this organization, she offers one-on-one parent and life coaching, seminars, workshops, and classes on various topics on raising children including “Compassionate Communication,” “Connect by Coaching Your Kid,” and “Addressing Peer Mistreatment (Bullying).”

Bellant Scheer
Physician, Facilitator, Author

Jody Bellant Scheer, MD has offered classes and trainings in NVC to parents, medical, business, and community groups since 2004. She is a pediatrician whose dream is creating healthy relationships and peaceful co-existence within all families, institutions and communities of the world. She has worked since 1982 with sick newborns, premature infants and their families in Portland, OR. She is co-founder of Medical and Educational Relief International Association (MERIA), Inc, a nonprofit working to provide essential medical and educational services worldwide.

Raleigh Hills in SW Portland, registration and location details at website

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