Nonviolent Communication (NVC)
Enhancing Communication and Transforming Relationships
Are you looking for effective ways to handle difficult conversations and express yourself honestly in a way that fosters understanding? Look no further than Nonviolent Communication (NVC). This globally recognized approach is utilized by therapists, mediators, schools, prisons, businesses, and individuals, offering a powerful framework for effective collaboration, mutual understanding, and increased self-awareness.
At Compassionate Self, we are passionate about the transformative potential of NVC. As internationally certified NVC trainers we are happy to bring our expertise to provide bespoke courses and workshops tailored to your specific needs. Whether you seek personal growth, improved relationships, or enhanced communication skills, NVC can be a valuable tool on your journey.
NVC is not just limited to standalone use. It also complements and enhances other self-development tools and practices, including meditation. By integrating NVC into your self-development journey, you can cultivate greater self-awareness, empathy, and compassion, fostering more authentic and fulfilling connections with others.
For more information on Nonviolent Communication, we recommend visiting cnvc.org (Center for Nonviolent Communication). This resource-rich website offers additional insights, resources, and support for those interested in delving deeper into the world of NVC.
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Please note that while we incorporate NVC in everything we do, this is no longer our area of focus. We do offer NVC workshops at festivals and bespoke trainings and retreats for groups and organisations from time to time.
If you wish to find out more about organising a retreat or training, please get in touch!
We asked our participants to share with us about their experiences of Nonviolent Communication and of our work. The videos below capture some of their thoughts.