NVC Training for Trainers: Online

Saturday July 31st, 1pm-5:30pm, with 30 minute break
Location: Zoom link available after registration in the confirmation message

Sponsored by DC Peace Team

PURPOSE: This training is to prepare NVC practitioners to co-facilitate an Introduction to NVC Training.

WHO: We recommend that participants have taken the Intro. to NVC training or 2 NVC practice sessions, as well as trying to utilize NVC in your life experience. *Before co-facilitating a full Intro. to NVC we would recommend completing an Intro. to NVC training.

Nonviolent Communication (NVC), or Compassionate Communication, is a powerful tool for transforming and mediating interpersonal, intra-personal, organizational, and inter-group conflicts. It is used worldwide by activists, teachers, conflict specialists, doctors, diplomats, social workers, managers and others to improve their work and home life. The practice of NVC can help us understand ourselves more fully, provide us with a sense of power and choice in our lives, and open our hearts to compassionately connect and collaborate with others.

1) Facilitation Skills
2) Core NVC Topics and Frequently Asked Questions
3) Practice facilitating a segment(s) of an Intro. training and getting constructive feedback

Payment is requested on a sliding scale. Please consider $50-$100 to support our work and help us better serve the community.

Please submit payment today-- https://dcpeaceteam.com/donate/; or checks can be written out to DC Peace Team and mailed to Eli McCarthy, 7305 Baylor Ave., College Park, MD 20740.

For more information about the DC Peace Team, please visit our website at: https://dcpeaceteam.com/

For questions contact LeeAnn King@ MaryLeeAnnKing@gmail.com


LeeAnn King is a geospatial scientist, yoga and meditation teacher, community organizer, and health & wellness guide. LeeAnn’s intention is to nurture safe spaces inside ourselves and throughout communities and organizations to allow open and honest communication that fosters connection and bridges individuals to networks and support systems while promoting compassion and belonging. LeeAnn believes in the power of collaboration to go beyond that which is possible alone and understands that complexity in relationships can be complicated ~ her life’s work is to help shed light on the wonderful gifts that each of us bring to share in our growth as individuals and our ability to flourish as a whole system. We are human and share one Earth & we are stronger together.

Eli S. McCarthy, Ph.D. (he/his) is a co-founder of the DC Peace Team and has led numerous trainings. He also teaches at Georgetown University in Justice and Peace Studies.  Eli has published a book called “A Just Peace Ethic Primer: Building Sustainable Peace and Breaking Cycles of Violence" (2020) along with numerous journal articles such as "Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: Toward a More Just U.S. Society," and "Will You Really Protect Us Without a Gun?: Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping in the U.S." He has been formed by multiple trips to Haiti working with the poor, working with the homeless in Boston and DC, and monitoring the Palestinian Elections in 2006 with the Nonviolent Peaceforce. He has also led strategic nonviolent resistance campaigns, such as on issues of immigration.
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