Nonviolent Communication in the Therapeutic Setting: Consultation, Workshops, and Trainings for Therapists and other Helping Professionals
Curious about how to integrate NVC into your therapeutic work? Since 2006 I have been immersed in studying, practicing, and sharing Nonviolent Communication (NVC).
I am passionate about sharing NVC with therapists in particular, because I have witnessed what a powerful approach to healing and transformation it is.
NVC was developed by a psychologist and peacemaker, Marshall Rosenberg, who was deeply influenced by Carl Rogers, the founder of the person-centered approach to therapy.
NVC is a practice of listening empathically and speaking authentically, which offers simple yet profound tools for relating to ourselves and others with self-responsibility and genuine compassion.
As a huge believer in the therapeutic power of Nonviolent Communication, I offer workshops, trainings, consultation groups, and individual consultation to therapists who want support with integrating the skills and consciousness of NVC into their therapeutic work.
I lead quarterly half-day workshops in my Berkeley office on Nonviolent Communication in the Therapeutic Setting. If you are interested, please email Ali@AliMillerMFT.com to find out more.
I lead trainings in the community on Nonviolent Communication in the Therapeutic Setting. I also lead a general Introduction to Nonviolent Communication workshop for other populations. If you work at a clinic, counseling center, agency, school, or other organization and are interested, please contact me to discuss an on-site training.
I lead a monthly consultation group for therapists who want to learn, practice, and integrate the skills and consciousness of Nonviolent Communication into their work with clients. New group now forming in Berkeley, to meet on the first Monday of the month from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Fee is $75 per meeting.
I am available to consult with you privately about how to integrate NVC into your therapeutic work. In individual consultation sessions, we have the opportunity for in-depth exploration of how you might understand your clients and yourself through an NVC lens and find new ways to move your clinical work forward. In-person, phone, and Skype sessions available.
If you are interested in any of these services, please call (415) 820-1433 or email Ali@AliMillerMFT.com.
Ali Miller, MFT
(415) 820-1433 email@example.com
1600 Shattuck Avenue, Suite 200, Berkeley, CA 94709
Providing psychotherapy, couples counseling, women's groups and consultation in the San Francisco Bay Area
Offices near: Oakland, Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond, East Bay, Berkeley, Orinda, San Francisco