LIVE WEEKLY CALL: CONVERSATIONS FROM THE HEART

Drop-in Q&A call

Everyone is welcome!
No prior experience required.

Every Wednesday on Zoom
10:00AM – 11:30AM CT

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Would you like to …

Focus on your own personal inner work

Learn and grow through self-development

Stop turning on yourself and others

Replace automatic, fear-based reactions with conscious, compassion-based responses to
                yourself and others

Alleviate suffering and resolve conflicts peacefully

Explore what it takes to love yourself and others

Nurture a just, peaceful, and sustainable world in which everyone’s needs matter

Change self-sabotaging habits of blame, shame, and judgment

Speak, listen, and live from your heart

Show up in your life with clarity, authenticity, honesty, creativity, and co-creation with others

Would you like to …

Explore what it takes to love yourself and others

Nurture a just, peaceful, and sustainable world in which everyone’s needs matter

Change self-sabotaging habits of blame, shame, and judgment

Speak, listen, and live from your heart

Show up in your life with clarity, authenticity, honesty, creativity, and co-creation with others

Focus on your own personal inner work

Learn and grow through self-development

Stop turning on yourself and others

Replace automatic, fear-based reactions with conscious, compassion-based responses to
                yourself and others

Alleviate suffering and resolve conflicts peacefully

Welcome!

I’m delighted that you’re interested in joining my Wednesday Q&A call, Conversations from the Heart.

This is a casual, friendly, open-access group! Drop in anytime.

We gather to explore how the principles of nonviolent communcaiton might apply to our relationships with ourselves and others on our self-development journeys.

You are welcome to bring your questions, and I will do my best to help you find a new script, a new insight or a new way of seeing an old pattern.

We’ll learn how to become more courageous, compassionate, conscious, and co-creative in our lives.

I’m so looking forward to supporting you on your personal development journey.

Warmly,

Welcome!

I’m delighted that you’re interested in joining my Wednesday Q&A call, Conversations from the Heart.

This is a casual, friendly, open-access group! Drop in anytime.

We gather to explore how the principles of nonviolent communcaiton might apply to our relationships with ourselves and others on our self-development journeys.

You are welcome to bring your questions, and I will do my best to help you find a new script, a new insight or a new way of seeing an old pattern.

We’ll learn how to become more courageous, compassionate, conscious, and co-creative in our lives.

I’m so looking forward to supporting you on your personal development journey.

Warmly,

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What is the purpose and intention of the Wednesday meetings?

We create a space for inspiration, encouragement, and support on our personal development journeys by providing conceptual clarity and opportunity for meaningful human connection.

This is a psycho-educational learning forum with a strong focus on information, understanding, and clarity. It is not an emotional processing group, a despair work group, an empathy group, or a therapy group.

Participants have the opportunity to ask questions and explore how various concepts might help unpack or reframe sticky interpersonal situations in their lives. Participants are also welcome to just listen and take it all in.

We come together to self-reflect, learn, and grow in our ability to nurture empathic, heartfelt connections with one another. We learn to be attuned to the impact that we are having on one another and to care about that.

Is this a Nonviolent Communication (NVC) group?

Many people who attend the Wednesday meeting are interested in how to apply Marshall Rosenberg’s model of nonviolent communication to their personal development journey. As a result, we often refer to the principles and practices of NVC.

The scope of exploration also includes broader principles of nonviolence, compassion, and mindfulness, as well as insights from relational and integral psychology and spiral dynamics.

In my facilitation, guidance, and teaching, I draw from whatever resources seem relevant or useful to the moment, such as archetypes, shadow work, and polarity theory, as well as the work and teachings offered by various NVC teachers.

Conversations from the Heart is not offered as a training in NVC, per se, nor does it focus on the “correct” application of NVC tools. Instead, it is deeply aligned with the consciousness of NVC and has a broader, playful focus on personal development that both transcends and includes the practices of NVC. We focus on supporting the personal development work needed to help cultivate a just, peaceful, and sustainable world in which everyone’s needs matter, suffering is alleviated, and conflict is transformed into connection.

How does the meeting work?

This 90-minute Zoom meeting begins with a general welcome and then moves into breakout sessions that allow you to check in with others on the call. You can opt out of the breakout session and use that time for self-connection and journaling. The group comes together again for the remainder of the time, during which you’ll have opportunities to ask questions and explore how various concepts might help you unpack or reframe sticky interpersonal situations in your life.

As a practicing, licensed psychologist, I facilitate the meetings and respond to your questions, drawing from my extensive training in mind-body medicine, somatic experiencing, diversity and inclusiveness, nonviolent communication, and integral-relational-cultural psychology.

I encourage a variety of voices to be heard, and you’re welcome to contribute to the discussion or just listen and take it all in.

This meeting is offered remotely through Zoom, and participants from around the world come together to engage with a thriving community of individuals looking to enrich their personal development journeys.

What people are saying …

Yvette creates an atmosphere of experimentation and mutual learning that has helped me understand the human condition. I’ve gained strategies to tame my inner jerk and allow empathy to build heart-to-heart connections.

 

– Tim

Yvette is an amazing teacher. Her classes are loaded with fun, deep wisdom, and practical steps for dealing with relational challenges in the moment. I highly recommend them.

 

– Evie

The Wednesday calls have meant so much to me. I found new insights, a sense of community and belonging and a checkpoint in my week to help me stay grounded and choiceful.

 

– Chris

Yvette has skillfully, gently, intelligently, and compassionately shared her life and learning with me to help me open up to myself and therefore others as well. She has opened the door to my needs and feelings which have been for me the springboard to deeper connections with myself and others.

 

– Terri

Participating in the Wednesday conversations feels like a compassionate companioning on the shared journey of being human. I am incredibly grateful to be with a group of individuals who have a longing for this type of shared-reality community.

 

– Karen

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