NVC in the Therapeutic Setting
Consultation + Training for Therapists and other Mental Health Professionals
You got into this field because you have a big heart.
Let's nurture that, so you can do the work you love in a way that keeps you connected to your humanity and the humanity of all of your clients.
What is NVC?
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) was developed by Marshall Rosenberg, PhD, who was inspired by many wise folks including Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Carl Rogers. It is a process that supports people in speaking and listening in a way that fosters both authenticity and connection. Rooted in a belief that all human beings have the same universal needs and that everything we do and say is an attempt to meet needs, NVC provides a compassionate foundation for therapeutic work that honors the humanity in all people.
Hi, I'm Ali Miller.
I'm on a mission to support therapists and other mental health clinicians in learning Nonviolent Communication (NVC) as deeply as possible so that you can bring these radically compassionate principles and tools into the therapeutic setting with integrity, confidence, and skill. I've been studying and practicing NVC intensively since 2006 and love sharing NVC with therapists and others through workshops, trainings, and consultation. When I'm not teaching NVC to therapists, couples, or sharing it with my therapy clients, I'm a Guiding Teacher for the Mindful Communication course at Mindful Schools. I also am a teacher in the Introduction to Connected Communication Online Course with Newt Bailey of the Communication Dojo.
I’m often adding new NVC offerings. Check out my current ones below. I’m also available for private individual NVC-Based Clinical Consultation.
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Ways to learn and practice NVC with Ali Miller, MFT
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