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Newt Bailey

WELCOME! from Newt Bailey, founder of the Communication Dojo.

Contact: info@communicationdojo.com, (415) 694 8798

If you want a greater sense of connection, authenticity, and kindness in your most important relationships, you’ve come to the right place. To put it another way, if you want more intimacy and/or less fighting in your life, you’ve come to the right […]

 

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“Intimate Relationships” – Tuesdays – 4-week Committed Series – San Francisco – starts Feb 4th, 2020

San Francisco

Dates

Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb. 18, Feb. 25 (every week, Tue)

“Nonviolent communication (or connected communication) has helped me and my partner speak in a much more conscious and effective way. It was a perfect transition and supplement to our prior couples therapy. It helps in every way, at work, with friends, with family, etc. […]

 

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“Connected Conversation Process” – instructional video

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Here Ali Miller (www.alimillermft.com) and I portray a couple, Debbie and Jason, who have a mildly contentious conversation. They then try using the “Connected Conversation Process,” the foundational process of the Communication Dojo, to navigate through their conflict with greater mutual understanding and connection.

 

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“Connected Conversation Process” – quick example

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Newt Bailey and Ali Miller (www.alimillermft.com) play “Jason” and “Debbie” getting into a little conflict. Watch for a quick glimpse at how the “Connected Conversation Process” from the Communication Dojo can turn conflict into connection.

 

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What Participants are saying about the Communication Dojo

Workshop participant

Video comments and testimonials from participants in “Communication Dojo – Find your Way with Words” workshops.

“I feel so relaxed. Everything seems manageable again!”

What’s amazing many participants is that they can arrive with a partner, family member, or friend, and  actually resolve real issues during the workshop, using the tools we’re teaching, even if […]

 

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