Growing Unconditional Relationships

Nonviolent Communication Declarative Language

Mentored by

Lewis & Wem, Children of the Forest

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Location address: Shepton Mallet, BA4 4SZ
Chosen age group:

For ages: 0 - 99 years and adults years

Available tickets:
Ticket Free
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest
A summary
In this workshop, part of South West FSA Restore & Reconnect, we will explore the fundamentals of Non Violent Communication and Declarative Language, and discuss human needs, all of which we believe are key to growing and nurturing unconditional relationships at Forest School. Considering relationships between learners and faciliators, learners and their peers, and learners and nature, we will investigate how our language use and approach can help support these connections to grow in a healthy way.
About your mentor
Lewis & Wem, Children of the Forest
FS practitioners, trainers & podcast hosts
Wem & Lewis run Children of the Forest in Mid Devon where they facilitate forest school sessions for families, home educated children, and schools. They also lead Level 3 Forest School Leader training and other CPD. They are hosts of the Forest School Podcast, where they explore education, nature connection and holistic human issues. https://children-of-the-forest.com/ https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theforestschoolpodcast
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What you'll need
A pen / pencil and paper, and cushion / sit mat.
Pricing information
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Where we'll be
Redwood Rare Breeds, Station Road Wanstrow, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 4SZ
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