We offer classes in interpersonal communication for home, workplace, and in the community. In addition, our trainers are available for mediation and coaching on an individual basis. We conduct trainings in workplaces and organizations, offering discounts to organizations that serve the community. You can read more about our approach on the About Us page.
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Register now for the 2018 Integration for Compassionate and Authentic Living Program, led by:
Holding Yourself with Warmth, 10/14 from 10am-5pm and 10/15 from 12pm-4pm, Kristin Masters
Boogie with the Basics, 4 Tuesdays, 10/17, 10/24, 11/7 & 11/14, 6:30-9pm, Jean Morrison
Couples Saturday Workshop, with Aviva & Rick Longinotti, WORKSHOP IS FULL SEE DEC 2 WORKSHOP
BRING YOUR FIGHT NIGHT, 10/23 6:30pm-8:30pm with Christine King, Jean Morrison, and Kristin Masters,
Free and open to the public
Saying Yes, Saying No: Creating Compassionate Boundaries, Four Wednesdays starting 10/25 6:30-8:30pm with Christine King
Introduction to the Art of Communication, Sun, Nov 5th, 6:30pm, Kristin Masters
Mastering NVC: Monday Night Practice Series, Focus on family, 4 Mondays starting 11/6 6:30-8:30pm, Christine King
Dialogue Across Differences, Sat, Nov 11, 9 ;30-12:30, Rick Longinotti
Living Compassion with Kristin Masters and Robert Gonzales, Nov 15-19
Giving Thanks: Gratitude as an NVC Practice, 11/21 6:30-9pm, Kristin Masters
Couples Saturday Workshop, 12/02 9:30am-4:30pm with Aviva Longinotti and Rick Longinotti, MFT
Introduction to the Art of Communication, 12/3 6:30-8:30pm with Christine King
Check out the Free Empathy table on Pacific Ave at Lincoln. Every Sunday from 2-4pm Bar Lowenberg is there to listen and empathize. Click on his photo below to read one person’s impression of Bar’s offering.
Meditations for These Times
Directions to our meeting space @ Arts Council of Santa Cruz County
1070 River St.
The Tannery Arts Center is on River St. (Highway 9), just north of the intersection with Highway 1.
Heading north on River St., turn into the parking lot past the cow in the photo below. We meet in the Arts Council building next to the parking lot. To enter, walk around to the Conference Room entrance off the plaza.