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Following Marshall Rosenberg's lead, we encourage people who find NVC to be of value, to share with others what they understand of the process. Some of those who offer instruction in NVC have been certified as trainers by the Center for Nonviolent Communication, the organization Marshall created. They have gone through a certification process, have agreed to a trainer agreement and give some of their training income to CNVC. Those who are not certified trainers are expected to abide by CNVC guidelines for sharing nvc.

ORNCC provides this list of CNVC Certified Trainers and Trainer/Facilitators. This is not intended to serve as an endorsement or referral to any of the people listed. We suggest you check with each person individually to verify their background and experience.

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John Abbe

Guerilla Trainer in NVC (and good process generally) Trainer/Facilitator

I have also offered more formal training.

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City:
Eugene
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Selene Aitken

CNVC Certified Trainer

When I met Marshall in 1996, I came to NVC with a background in teaching, mediation, languages and peace and justice activism. NVC changed my life. I have gained a sustaining confidence that I can bridge differences and conflicts with compassion. My relationship with myself is now mostly characterized by joy, peace and acceptance. Most important to me is that NVC continuously nourishes a hope that the caring world I want to live in is possible.

My experiences in Kabul, Syria, Jordan, El Salvador, Buenos Aires and most recently, Mexico, as well as the US. has confirmed for me the universal application of NVC principles and practices. I see myself as a resource to explore issues of reactivity, conflict, communication, collaboration and reconciliation. My Restoring Kinship work focuses on parents and their adult sons and daughters. I’m available by Skype and phone as well as in person.

www.TheDanceofCommunication.com [Email] 5412278818
City:
Ashland

Sandra Amiry

CNVC Certified Trainer

I have been practicing and sharing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) since 2003 as part of my passion for building stronger relationships, (focusing on, though not limited to, Couples and Parenting,) while developing more integrated and sustainable communities. Teaching NVC has been central to my life since 2010 and I have been working with the Kathleen Macferren, Karl Staeyert, and the rest of the core team on the Trainer Community Certification Path (TCCP). I completed my NVC Trainer Certification with CNVC in 2016.

As a Rose City NVC Teacher Training Program (TTP) participant, I have co-taught NVC classes with Fred Sly, and have facilitated Rose City NVC's Foundations and Integrations Classes and Tuesday night NVC Practice Group for the last 4 plus years. I have taught NVC at Oregon State Penitentiary, Columbia River Correctional Institution, the Reentry Transition Center in Portland, and currently teach at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (for Women). Simultaneously, I have participated in the Trainer Community Certification Path (TCCP) intensives since 2011, and have co-taught NVC classes with LaShelle Lowe-Charde. I also currently offer Individual and Couples Coaching to my greater Portland community.

My personal NVC journey includes many other forms of spiritual work with an emphasis on meditative and body awareness practices. I integrate practices which allow me other avenues to touch the essence of our NVC work. While I believe the words and the form on NVC can help my participants touch into a place of greater compassion and understanding, I also believe that holding a space of compassion and understanding in myself creates ease in adopting the new words (silently and out loud) for my participants. My spiritual outlook related to NVC is to align my daily will in progress towards unconditional love, acceptance, non-judgement, and spaciousness. My vision for an NVC world is that one day most adults will hold this type of unconditional and loving space most of the time supporting each other in the hard times and the development of those still growing so we can be present to more of each moment on this earth.

rosecitynvc.org [Email] 5033172863
City:
Portland
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Mark Babson

Trainer/Facilitator

Mark learned about NVC in 2008 at a training with Marshall in Eugene. He took an online Parenting course from CNVC, and joined a couples' group with Tim Buckley and Elaine Hultengren. Mark has been co-leading NVC groups in the Salem-area prisons and the community for the past 3 years. He is currently leading a Spanish-language NVC course at Oregon State Prison.

[Email] 503 569 7223
City:
Salem
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Gary Baran

M.A. CNVC Certified Trainer

I envision a world in which the needs of all people are honored, in which the abundant resources of our planet are both respected and also flow freely so as to reliably meet those needs, and in which people resolve their conflicts peacefully. I strive to live in harmony with the principles of NVC and to offer NVC training to the public and to those organizations and institutions that resonate with those principles. I also provide counseling and consulting services to individuals and groups, and help to contribute to the spread of NVC by serving as a member of the board of directors of the Oregon Network for Compassionate Communication. I have a special affinity with educators, having been a professor of philosophy for 35 years; with parents and mental health professionals, having been a marriage and family therapist for the same length of time--and a co-parent of two for over 25 years; and with those who are responsible for organizational leadership, having served as executive director of the Center for Nonviolent Communication for nearly 8 years. I am also especially eager to contribute to the work of social activists.

[Email] 541 868 6750
City:
Eugene

Jody Bellant Scheer

Physician, Facilitator, Author Trainer/Facilitator

Jody Bellant Scheer, MD has offered classes and trainings in NVC to parents, medical, business, and community groups since 2004. She is a pediatrician whose dream is creating healthy relationships and peaceful co-existence within all families, institutions and communities of the world. She has worked since 1982 with sick newborns, premature infants and their families in Portland, OR. She is co-founder of Medical and Educational Relief International Association (MERIA), Inc, a nonprofit working to provide essential medical and educational services worldwide.

www.family-empower.com [Email] 503-292-4162
City:
Portland

Phyllis Brzozowska

Trainer/Facilitator

Phyllis Brzozowska has studied extensively with Marshall Rosenberg and other nationally known Certified NVC trainers for over 10 years. She serves as the Business Manager for the Center for Living Compassion.

[Email] 928-499-8603
City:
Portland
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Timothy Buckley

Consultant Trainer/Facilitator

Tim and his wife, Elaine Hultengren, have team taught both in prison settings and in the community. Part of the Oregon Prison Project teaching team since 2010, they now recruit and help train others joining that team. Trained in NVC, meditation, mindfulness-based stress reduction, emotional intelligence and trauma-informed care, the couple brings added experience and exercises to their work.

[Email] 503 990 6781
City:
Salem

Lisa-Marie DiVincent

Facilitator, Mediator, Coach, Counselor Trainer/Facilitator

With fifteen-plus fun filled years of experience with NVC, I've been a Eugene-Springfield area therapist, mediator and group facilitator since the mid-80s, also offering phone and Skype sessions internationally. I first read the book in 2000, took various trainings including graduating from the year-long 2003 BayNVC Leadership Program. I was a co-founding member of ORNCC and co-planner of the U of O 2008 Nonviolence as a Way of Life Conference, featuring Marshall Rosenberg in his last appearance in Oregon before he retired. I've taught NVC in schools, churches, businesses and have facilitated the weekly class/practice group called Empathy Cafe since 2009. Please contact me for a complimentary get-acquainted phone visit!

[Email] 541-484-7366
City:
Eugene
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Robert Gonzales

PhD, CNVC Certified Trainer

Robert Gonzales’ work, Living Compassion, has emerged from a lifetime of inquiry into the intersection between spirituality and human communication. His influences include Dr. Marshall Rosenberg (founder of Nonviolent Communication), Stephen R. Schwartz (creator of Compassionate Self-Care), and other spiritual teachers.

Robert received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1989 and was a practicing therapist for many years, offering individual and couples counseling. He met Marshall Rosenberg in 1985 and began teaching Nonviolent Communication in 1986.

Robert’s work Living Compassion has evolved as an integration of embodied spirituality and Nonviolent Communication. His trainings offer ways to cultivate daily practices for living life fully, grounded in compassion for one’s self and others.

Robert has contributed to the work of the Center for Nonviolent Communication as a Certified Trainer, serving as a Certification Assessor, and as former President of the Board of Directors. He continues to serve as a lead trainer for International Intensive Trainings (IITs). He was one of the co-founders of the NVC Training Institute. In the year 2000, he established the Prescott Center for Nonviolent Communication. In June 2010, he relocated to Portland, Oregon and re-formed the organization as the Center for Living Compassion, a nonprofit organization through which he shares his work. As the director of the Center for Living Compassion, he conducts seminars and retreats nationally and internationally.

"All my life, I have yearned for practical ways to integrate the depth and richness of spirituality with the realities of daily life and relationships. As a psychotherapist and teacher, I worked to develop and offer effective pathways to the most enriching and authentic experiences of life.”

"The work of Living Compassion emerges from my own inner journey enriched and inspired by many people with whom I have enjoyed being and working. What I share is centered in the dimension of the heart; it is what is most deeply alive in me and the most meaningful activity in my life."

www.living-compassion.org [Email] 503-719-7642
City:
Portland
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Bryn Hazell

Trainer/Facilitator

Bryn has been learning and sharing the Compassionate (Nonviolent) Communication skills created by Marshall Rosenberg since 2001. She is President of the Board of the Center for Compassionate Living (CCL) in Bend, a nonprofit that offers communication skills, workshops, classes and practice groups. Bryn enjoys sharing these skills at CCL, for local groups and organizations and at Deer Ridge Correctional Institution in Madras. She also serves on the board of the Oregon Network for Compassionate Communication (ORNCC) and is a founder of ORNCC.

compassionatecenter.org [Email] 541-728-0878
City:
Bend
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LaShelle Lowe-Charde

Trainer CNVC Certified Trainer

LaShelle Lowe-Chardé is passionate about helping people express their deepest values in their relationships and creating clarity and connection with self and others.

She began her professional career with a master’s degree in school psychology. In addition to nine years in public schools, she spent several years facilitating group healing work for adolescent youth labeled “at-risk”. During that same time she led leadership and teamwork trainings for businesses and organizations around Portland, Oregon.

Along the way she found Compassionate/Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and began training with Marshall Rosenberg and other internationally known NVC trainers. She immediately knew that Compassionate Communication was the missing piece. It offers a deep and broad yet simple understanding of human nature along with a concrete set of tools to help us act and live from a place of clarity and compassion. For LaShelle, Compassionate Communication is the hands and feet of spirituality. In 2006, she was certified as a NVC trainer.

In addition to certification in Nonviolent Communication, she has completed a three year training in Hakomi - Body Centered Therapy and introductory trainings in Emotionally Focused Therapy and with the Gottman Institute.

In 2004, she founded her business, Wise Heart (www.wiseheartpdx.org). Since that time she has served as a trainer, private coach, and mentor for the learning and practice of Compassionate Communication and mindfulness. LaShelle teaches locally as well as through video conferencing online. She has offerings for couples, women, and the general public in addition to trainings for local nonprofit organizations. Her offerings focus on combining NVC with mindfulness and a subtle understanding of reactivity and relationship skills.

www.wiseheartpdx.org [Email] 503-544-7583
City:
Portland
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Josh Mann

Trainer/Facilitator

Josh offers classes in Nonviolent Communication through the City of Eugene Recreation Services, where he also works as a challenge course facilitator / outdoor program instructor. He first read Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life in 2005 and attended an International Intensive Training in New Mexico with Marshall Rosenberg and CNVC Trainers Rodger Sorrows and John Kinyon in 2008. Over the years, Josh has attended a handful of classes and workshops taught by Portland-based CNVC Trainer LaShelle Lowe-Charde.

Additionally, Josh has regularly practiced sitting meditation for the last ten years and has an interest in healthy masculinity.

[Email] 503-679-0495
City:
Eugene
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Kathy Marchant

Consultant, Mediator, Coach Trainer/Facilitator

In 1999 Kathy chose to move her work focus in a new direction and she became executive director of an organization mentoring troubled teens. In order to better support the youth and families served by the organization, Kathy searched for a communication tool to build and sustain respectful relationships based on trust. In 2000 she was ecstatic when she discovered Compassionate Communication and recognized its power to transform lives. She began training with Marshall Rosenberg and has since dedicated herself to living and sharing the principles of NVC. She now supports others in the practical day-to-day learning and application of the process.

Drawing on her prior management experience, Kathy also designs and delivers trainings to diverse organizations and businesses. Compassionate (Nonviolent) Communication (NVC) provides a simple yet effective framework to ask for what we want with clarity and authenticity. By facilitating the practice of Compassionate Communication in work environments, Kathy has taught individuals, executives and business leaders to connect in ways that unify and create effective work teams.

Kathy facilitates quarterly courses as well as workshops for individuals new to NVC. For more than 15 years she has led practice groups for those wanting to deepen their practice of NVC through her ongoing coaching and support in a small group environment. Whether you are stuck in a disconnecting communication pattern within your family or are feeling challenged to express yourself with clarity and honesty in your workplace, learn how to apply this powerful tool.

www.kathymarchant.com [Email] 503-680-5949
City:
Portland
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Anthony Marchant

Consultant Trainer/Facilitator

Anthony’s journey to become a therapist began in his early 20s when he mentored at-risk teens in Portland, focusing on the power of relationship to transform lives. While he worked to make a difference in the lives of teens, he found it was his own life that was most powerfully defined and enhanced through the relationships he built and the people who touched his heart.
As his work as a mentor continued, he began to learn and practice Nonviolent Communication (NVC). This was a truly transformative time in his life; it felt to him that a seed had been planted and had begun to grow.
He went on to volunteer as a Peace Corps community health educator in Gabon, West Africa. While there he cultivated a true passion for working with people. Coupled with his experience as a mentor and with NVC it became clear that relationship—with oneself and with others—was where he wanted to direct his energy for the rest of his life.

After two years in the Peace Corps he went on to earn a Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at Naropa University. Naropa offered a Buddhist-inspired contemplative/experiential education which deeply rooted his clinical skills in a framework of presence and mindfulness, a unique education that was able to integrate all of his previous life experiences. He is currently being trained in Somatic Experiencing (TM), a body centered modality that focuses on trauma and issues related to the healthy functioning of the nervous system.

Anthony specializes in working with couples, families, adults and adolescents. Examples of his broad experience include his having worked within a school system counseling adolescents and their families, and in providing successful long-term treatment to individuals convicted of domestic abuse and more recently with people suffering from various trauma related disorders.
Anthony lives with his wife, daughter and two dogs in southwest Portland. He practices Aikido, a Japanese non-violent martial art, employing its emphasis on balance, connection and compassion in his personal and professional work. “My intention is to bring who I am, and my training, into therapy to help others live their lives to the fullest.”

marchantcounseling.com [Email] (971) 322-4475
City:
Portland
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Kathy Masarie

Physician, Parent and Life Coach, Facilitator, Author of 3 parenting books Trainer/Facilitator

Kathy Masarie, M.D. has facilitated compassionate communication workshops and classes since 2004 and brings it into her work as a life coach. She also is a sought-after national speaker and facilitator specializing in empowering caring adults with communication and advocacy tools to enhance the lives of children from pre-school through high school. She also offers In-services and trainings for teachers, principals, and other educators.
A pediatrician, Dr. Masarie served the medical needs of families in Pennsylvania and Oregon for over two decades. Out of her pediatric practice grew a special interest in preventing risky behavior in teens and the founding of Family Empowerment Network (www.family-empower.com). Through this organization, she offers one-on-one parent and life coaching, seminars, workshops, and classes on various topics on raising children including “Compassionate Communication,” “Connect by Coaching Your Kid,” and “Addressing Peer Mistreatment (Bullying).”

www.family-empower.com [Email] 503 516 3755
City:
Portland
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Vika Miller

MA Trainer/Facilitator

(CNVC Certification Candidate)

I first encountered Compassionate/Nonviolent Communication (NVC) around the year 2000.

Learning that feelings were pointing to needs met/unmet was like a lightning bolt for me; it was the missing piece that finally made everything make sense. Seeing myself, Life, and others through the lens of NVC, I was finally able to develop a compassionate, friendly relationship with my shame, and come to feel at home with my own humanity.

In recent years I've been thrilled again by the latest findings from Interpersonal Neurobiology and Attachment Theory. When these are integrated with NVC, we finally understand:

* why we can't "do NVC" when we're upset
* what "stress" really is, and why it's so dangerous for our health and relationships
* why compassionate, authentic, resonant community is essential for our well-being
* what really, truly dissolves our automatic reactions and restores authentic choice
* reliable pathways to enjoying more calm, peace, and genuinely happiness

Thriving Life principles, distinctions, tools, and practices create the sense of belonging, being fully and authentically gotten and welcomed (from what is most magnificent to us, to our warts and farts and ugly parts, and everything in between), attunement, security-beyond-circumstances, and *thriving* that I believe is our birthright.

I hope you'll come share the journey and the joy of real belonging with our Thriving Life NVC community.

Blessings on us all,

Vika Miller

thrivinglifenvc.org [Email] 503-395-5366
City:
Portland

Joanna Niemann

Talking Giraffe and Restorative Circles Trainer/Facilitator

Joanna has a long and varied background, including architect, welding, teaching, artist and healer. Her NVC practice goes back 20+ years, having learned from Marshall and many others on both coasts. She's taught NVC and now hosts a weekly practice group in Ashland.

[Email] 541 482 5940
City:
Ashland
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Upgeya Pew

Educator, Trainer/Facilitator

I've been practicing and using Compassionate Communication for about 15 years, both in my personal and professional life. Since 2002, I've been doing workshops and facilitating groups in a variety of settings, working with individuals, faith groups, activists, intentional communities, non-profits, and schools. I work with groups with creativity, empathy, and humor, often incorporating Socratic dialog, role play, and other creative activities to deepen the workshop experience.

For my own education, I've done several "International Intensives" with the founder of NVC (Marshall Rosenberg) and the Center for Nonviolent Communication, and other advanced workshops. I'm passionate about bringing this form of communication and relating to people, as I see it contributing to and building a more peaceful, just, sustainable world. Social permaculture is also a passion of mine, and I find NVC integrates wonderfully with aspects of that. I did my Permaculture Design Certificate Course with Geoff Lawton in 2014.

To see a community TV interview of me, about NVC, go here:
http://www.greenergood.com/index.php/environment/item/666-for-the-greene...

[Email] 541-362-1011
City:
Vancouver
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Sarah Peyton

CNVC Certified Trainer

Sarah Peyton, CNVC Certified Trainer, offers trainings focused on learning and using resonant language to transform the brain. She brings together depth work and self-compassion that integrate Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) with the healing potential of Nonviolent Communication's verbal and non-verbal empathy. She is delighted by the self-compassion that arises from understanding how language and resonance change our brains, heal trauma and give us new energy, well-being and choice. She teaches and lectures internationally, teaches communication at the college level, and she has been published in North America and Europe on NVC and IPNB. Her work focuses on how we hear and understand one another, effective ways to connect hearts, and developing self-compassion and clarity. Her passion is watching people's self-understanding deepen into warmth.

www.empathybrain.com [Email] 206-579-1696
City:
Vancouver, WA
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Chuck Powers

Trainer/Facilitator

Chuck Powers has been practicing and integrating Nonviolent Communication consciousness since 2004, and is grateful for many teachers and influences, including: Marshall Rosenberg, LaShelle Charde, Susan Skye and Sadie Scabarozi. A graduate of Susan’s Pacific Leadership NVC Training program, Chuck has been a member of and facilitated several practice groups, and was on the board and past treasurer of the Oregon Network for Compassionate Communication. A Zen practice also informs and supports his NVC practice. Father of two and a grandfather, Chuck works by day as a CPA and lives in Vancouver, Washington.

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City:
Vancouver

Heather Schlessman

PhD Trainer/Facilitator

My empathic communication journey began in Portland, OR where I was lucky enough to find Kathy Marchant for a facilitator and mentor. I took the introductory course to NVC and then participated in a weekly practice group for the next 4 years until I moved with my husband to Hawaii. Once there we facilitated in introductory course and then ran a weekly practice group for the next 2 years. During this time I also started blogging about empathic communication on our website, www.windwardempathy.com, and have also started an empathic blog at the LA Post Examiner, called the Giraffe Life. We have moved now to Eugene, OR and want to continue our passion of sharing this work of Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. I believe this isn't just a process, but a consciousness that leads to a happier, more free life.

www.windwardempathy.com [Email] 541-913-5548
City:
Eugene
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Susan Skye

Private Consultant & Speaker CNVC Certified Trainer

Susan is a psychologist, trainer, private consultant, and speaker. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College, Yale University, and Pacifica Graduate Institute, Susan holds Master’s degrees in both Psychology and Russian & East European Studies.

While Assistant Dean at UCLA in the early 1970s, she co-created and taught the Women’s Studies Program. She has been in private consulting practice for more than 35 years, working with individuals, groups, and organizations, including General Motors and the government of British Colombia, and since 1976 has conducted trainings in the United States, Canada, Europe, and South Korea.

A CNVC Certified NVC Trainer for more than 22 years, Susan has also been a regular trainer at the Center for Nonviolent Communication’s (CNVC) International Intensive Trainings. In 2000 Susan co-founded the NVC Training Institute, and served as CNVC’s Certification Coordinator for North and South America for 10 years.

She created the groundbreaking New Depths Intensive Program in 2010.

Susan lives just outside Portland, Oregon.

newdepths.org [Email] 503-245-5735
City:
Portland
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Fred Sly

PhD CNVC Certified Trainer

Fred Sly PhD has a fifteen-year relationship with Nonviolent Communication (NVC); he became a certified NVC trainer in 2005. Currently, Fred provides NVC trainings to a broad diversity of individuals, couples, families, schools, and organizations. Fred provides coaching and mediation services, as well as NVC trainings throughout the greater Portland/Vancouver area through his teaching organization, Rose City NVC.

Fred has been offering NVC in prisons and jails since 2002. He founded the nonprofit Oregon Prison Project in 2009, currently offering NVC trainings in four Oregon Prisons, two Youth Authority facilities, and two post-release programs. Fred’s PhD research in psychology focused on the power of empathy in reducing violence and trauma in our lives, and is the basis of the curriculum used in Oregon prisons.

www.rosecitynvc.org [Email] 503-395-5285
City:
Portland
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Karl Steyaert

MA & MS CNVC Certified Trainer

Karl is passionate about co-creating learning experiences and communities that contribute to peace, justice, and sustainability. With over 20 years of experience teaching and facilitating groups, he has helped catalyze learning in settings ranging from companies and university classrooms, to ecovillages and intentional communities. As a CNVC Certified Trainer in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) he leads trainings in conflict resolution and communication across North America, Europe, and Asia, and serves as a CNVC Assessor supporting candidates on their journey to becoming CNVC Certified Trainers. In addition, he facilitates Restorative Circles, a community-based approach to restorative justice.

Beyond his work with NVC and conflict resolution, Karl is actively involved in co-creating communities that embody values such as sustainability, transformational learning, and consciousness. With academic training in Anthropology (B.A. Dartmouth College; M.A. U of Michigan) and Environmental Policy (M.S. U of Michigan), Karl enjoys practicing & sharing ecovillage design, Permaculture, aikido (a nonviolent Japanese martial art), Buddhist meditation, and yoga.

www.culturalcatalystnetwork.com [Email] 2068908767
City:
Portland
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Tina Taylor

RN, MS Counseling, Mediatior Trainer/Facilitator

Tina Taylor is a Registered Nurse (since 1980) with her Master's degree in Counseling (1995) and national certification as a yoga instructor. In private practice offering holistic stress management therapy and training, Tina has been learning and teaching communication skills for over 20 years; NVC has been her focus since 2008. As a mediator she has specialties in Eldercare Mediation and Medical Mediation. For over 5 years she has volunteered with the Oregon Prison Project, bringing NVC training to inmates. She has also volunteered since 2009 with Neighbor-to-Neighbor Mediation Services, providing free mediation for small claims courts and community cases. She has over 200 hours of NVC training by cnvc-certified and other NVC teachers. Tina offers individual and relationship counseling, NVC workshops and consultation, inservices for professional groups, and a variety of related services.

www.tinataylor.co [Email] 541.753.2255
City:
Corvallis
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Stuart Watson

Family Mediator Trainer/Facilitator

Stuart has 20 years experience learning, teaching and living the principles of NVC, and 15 years as a professional Family Mediator with ProgressiveMediation.com. Stuart enjoys sharing NVC with groups in ways that are fun, experiential, and easy to learn. As a co-founder of the Oregon Network for Compassionate Communication, he continues to advocate for spreading of this more connected consciousness. Stuart has woven the skills and awareness of NVC through his latest offering: Breaking Through: The Relationship Repair Game.

www.relationshiprepairgame.com [Email] 503 453 six six 94
City:
Portland

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