Sandra Amiry, CNVC Certified Trainer, Rose City NVC.
We offer our Integration Class because we recognize that incorporating NVC consciousness into our lives can be a lonely and uncomfortable process, and we want you to have all of the support you need to have the life and relationships that you really want.
In our Integration Class you’ll engage in active dialog with self and others as you learn how to:
- deepen your connection with yourself, including developing greater awareness of your feelings and greater understanding of the needs your feelings are announcing
- develop an ever-increasing felt-sense of presence
- discern and honor your own wisdom
- make needs-informed choices that expand your sense of well-being, satisfaction, confidence, and peace
- expand your skill at asking for what you want, and your confidence that your needs can and will be met
- enjoy the companionship of others with whom you can practice your new consciousness, deepening your experience of community as well as your skill
- increase your sense of ease and comfort with living the promise of NVC consciousness
Each Integration Class meets for 8 weeks. Each one offers a deeply supportive, relevant experience by integrating your real-life situations and relationships into the curriculum and providing you with abundant opportunities for focused, guided, real-life practice.
This is a Rose City NVC offering, register at rosecitynvc.org to get more information.
I look forward to meeeting you!
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.