Kelly Bryson MA, MFT is a licensed psychotherapist and authorized trainer for the international Center for Nonviolent Communication (a nonprofit organization).
You will find valuable information here about Nonviolent Communication (sm) including:
There’s a lot of great content here presented with Kelly’s inspiring humor, wit, and wisdom. Here are just a few of the things you’ll find:
Kelly’s dynamic speaking topics geared toward improving organizational communication
info about his best selling book “Don’t Be Nice, Be Real. Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others.
an anthology Kelly contributed to: “The Marriage of Sex and Spirit: Relationship at the Heart of Conscious Evolution” (With Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, John Gray, has been voted “Best Health / Sexuality Book” in the Best Books 2006 National Book Awards.)
free original articles like “Don’t pay the Price of being Nice”
poems like “The Places you could go if you weren’t afraid of No”
list of organizations served
testimonials about his work
Kelly’s resume and biography.
Below is Kelly’s blog where you’ll find outstanding articles, songs, videos, and interviews.
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ZEGG’s Twelve Theses for a Nonviolent World
Posted on March 14, 2013 by admin
by Dieter Duhm, 1992
The worldwide violence against animals, children and nations demands a new concept of human civilization. The inner and outer crises are two aspects of the same problem–a problem that can only be understood or resolved if both aspects are considered. For several years, Project Meiga — Experiment for a Humane Earth — formed in Germany, has been working to form an international cooperative for a human existence free of fear and violence. The following 12 theses emphasize the direction of this effort.