We offer a variety of workshops, classes, and retreats
Weekly Practice Group
Heart to Heart hosts a weekly practice group at our Merchantville office that focuses on many aspects of nonviolent communication and MEDC*. The goal is to practice new and familiar skills. All experience levels are welcome! You will find information about our weekly classes on our Facebook and Twitter pages. You may also email or call us for more information.
Monthly Workshop Series
On the second Saturday of each month, Heart to Heart hosts a three hour workshop focused on some aspect of nonviolent communication or MEDC*. Lead by a trained facilitator, these workshops offer participants an opportunity to explore a specific topic in depth and practice new skills. Again, all experience levels are welcome! Find information about these monthly on our Facebook and Twitter pages, or feel free to email or call us to learn more.
We would be happy to come to your offices and offer our workplace trainings. Here are some photos of our latest successful workshop in New York.
Faith community workshops
Our full-day retreats are perfect for workplaces, faith-based organizations, schools, or community groups. Here are some photos of a full-day retreat hosted in Merchantville, NJ.
Our trainers can provide an in-depth weekend retreat suitable for workplaces, faith-based organizations, schools, or community groups. Take a look at
a weekend retreat hosted at Pendle Hill in Wallingford, PA.
Learning series for schools and communities
This offering is specifically designed for students and community groups. Here are some photos from a workshop at the Community College Of Philadelphia.
Learning series for recovery centers and halfway houses
Our trainers have presented programs for these specific populations in need.
*MEDC stands for Mindfulness, Empathy, Decision-Making, and Conflict Resolution
We would love to hear from you!
Please contact to learn more about our various offerings and locations.
Our pricing is based on your program needs, and we would be happy to discuss the many available options.