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Catherine Cadden Catherine Cadden is a storyteller, dancer, educator, and internationally recognized CNVC Certified Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Trainer. She has been an educator since 1987. In 1997, she founded The TEMBA School, visionary K - 8 academic program rooted in nonviolent philosophy, Nonviolent Communication, sustainable living, and artistic expression. She has developed programs specific for youth including Play in the Wild! Initiations into Nonviolence and TEMBA Peace Players. As an NVC trainer, Catherine brings over a decade of experience and has offered trainings to people of all ages in the United States, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Afghanistan, and Argentina.
The Center for Building a Culture of Empathy Our mission is to contribute to Building a Culture of Empathy and Compassion, through community organizing, experiential hands on activities, education, research, and entertainment.
Center for Nonviolent Communication The Center for Nonviolent Communication is a global network of people and communities committed to living and teaching NVC to resolve conflict and meet the needs of all people.
CNVC leaders have helped negotiate peace between individuals, families, communities, political factions and nations. We have facilitated workshops around the world that help people learn how to create environments that support powerful life-serving systems.
Compassionate Leadership Program Compassionate Leadership is a comprehensive program developing a supportive community of people dedicating to empathic action. The program provides learning opportunities in the areas of personal and relational development, leadership, organizational development, life-enriching systemic change, dynamics of power, coaching, mediation, and training. The training team includes 4 trainers (3 CNVC Certified): Jori and Jim Manske, Rodger Sorrow, and Kathi Aichner.
Dominic Barter on Restorative Circles Dominic Barter has studied the interface between societal and personal change, and the role of conflict, since the 1980s. Since 2004 he has worked as consultant and training program director for the Brazilian Restorative Justice pilot projects, in collaboration with the UN Development Program, UNESCO, the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education and Special Secretariat for Human Rights. He has focused on developing effective models and training programs for practitioners to address youth crime and its consequences, as well as working with judges, school administrators, police, social services as well as youth and community leaders in supervising implementation. Dominic coordinates the Restorative Justice Project for the international Center for Nonviolent Communication.
The Empathy Labyrinth A kinesthetic way of learning to give empathy to yourself and others.
Learn how to go beyond your judgments, assumptions, and habitual thinking by Fostering Empathic Heart-to-Heart Connection. Experience walking the Empathy Labyrinth® (EL) and learn how to give empathy to yourself and others.
Freedom Project Our goal is to empower prisoners and "returnees" (to the community) with the freedom of inner peace through trainings in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and mindfulness practice. This internal freedom enables us to live in harmony and integrity with ourselves and each other, and to realize the unique contribution we each make to the community. Nonviolent Communication, founded by Marshall B. Rosenberg, transforms the divisiveness caused by habitual thought and speech patterns into compassionate connections -- internally with ourselves and externally with others. Mindfulness trains us to be fully present to our own lives. With awareness of our intentions, thoughts, speech and actions, we are able to live lives of conscious choice and to co-create a world embodying our deepest values and our highest dreams.
Hear the Needs Video This is a documentary of the use of Nonviolent Communication(sm) at Euclid HS, Ohio, in a history class with a teacher practicing NVC accompanied by a Nonviolent Communication Certified Trainer.
Jesse Wiens ZENVC supports people to be completely, authentically human, both individually and in the company of others. In the process, we create thriving, dynamic organizations; compassionate communities; strong, loving relationships; and lives of great meaning. ZENVC represents wisdom and experience derived from both Nonviolent Communication (NVC), as developed by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D., and Zen Buddhism
Jori and Jim Manske - Radical Compassion Jori and Jim Manske, principals of peaceworks, are mediators, public meeting facilitators, Certified Trainers with The Center with Nonviolent Communication® (CNVC) and Certified Practitioners of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Married for over 30 years, they share the intentions to cooperate together in the great adventure of life, openly and honestly share their deepest thoughts and feelings, and honor and accept each other with ever-increasing ability. These intentions continue to frame not only their relationship together, but also all their relationships and work. They offer services and training in mediation, financial sustainability, balancing power, facilitation, organizational transformation, as well as mentoring and classes in integrating NVC. They have served businesses, community groups, government agencies, NGO's, private groups and individuals, and have supported various emerging NVC communities worldwide.
Kathleen Macferran Kathleen Macferran is one of 250 people worldwide that has been certified as a Trainer for the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC). She has offered Nonviolent Communication (NVC) training to schools, community groups, churches, hospitals, families, correctional officers, and prison inmates. She is one of the trainers for the Freedom Project, an affiliate organization of CNVC that strengthens community safety through supporting the transformation of prisoners into peacemakers.
Northwest Compassionate Communication We offer powerful, life enriching communication skills will help you stay calm and compassionate even in the most trying circumstances. The process helps build your emotional vocabulary, and provides a framework so you can more clearly communicate your feelings, hopes, and what you want in ways that make it easier for others to hear you. Tension is relieved, and feelings can be expressed with more ease, instead of blame, guilt and shame. When communicating with Compassionate Communication, the potential for mutually satisfying outcomes—even in the most difficult of situations—is much more possible.
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NVC Academy Learning Nonviolent Communication From Home...
Can Nonviolent Communication skills really be learned from home?
The answer is a resounding YES!
The NVC Academy has found a way to finally make Nonviolent Communication training accessible to everyone. All you need is a telephone, Skype connection or computer and you can have 24/7 access to certified trainers from across the globe - immediately!
Sura Hart, certified CNVC trainer, Seattle, WA Kindling heartfelt interactions in families and in school communities is our primary purpose. We hope you will find in these pages, information, inspiration and learning opportunities to help you create the connection, mutual understanding, respect, and harmony in your relationships that you want—in your home, in your community, and in your work.
Sylvia Haskvitz Sylvia, a certified NVC trainer since 1989 has offered workshops and trainings to hundreds of groups, community organizations, and businesses. She offers communication coaching for individuals, couples and families. She's the author of Eat by Choice, not by Habit and in writing the book has combined both passions - healthful physical bodies and heartful emotional bodies. You can experience her downloads at nvctraining.com or cdbaby.com.
Zabanezendegi Nonviolent Communication activities in Iran.