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Intermediate Skill Level  •  Audio (Public)  •  00:07 hours:minutes
Listen in as Kit presents a 4-step practice for developing nonviolence as a way of harnessing energy for change: what Gandhi called Truth Force, or Satyagraha.
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Intermediate Skill Level  •  Public  •  00:15 hours:minutes
Listen in as Dian shares her tips and sense of urgency around bringing NVC skills to work: 1) How to use your imagination (visualization!) to help you connect with somatic responses and needs; and 2) Five built-in advantages to sharing NVC in the work place.
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Intermediate Skill Level  •  Public  •  00:12 hours:minutes
Sarah Peyton explains implicit bias and own race bias (ORB), predispositions that slant our perceptions of ourselves and others. There's hope, these implicit biases can be overcome!
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Intermediate Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:07 hours:minutes
Sarah Peyton explains how your brain's left hemisphere excels at pattern making. NVC can help integrate both hemispheres, enabling you to use the left side's love of patterns for abstract thinking.
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Intermediate Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:05 hours:minutes
NVC groups can sometimes get caught in a rut and lose energy and momentum. Mary shares her extensive expereince with seven steps for keeping your group engaged and energized.
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Beginner Skill Level  •  Audio (Public)  •  00:11 hours:minutes
Want to expand your needs vocabulary, and build your capacity to identify needs — even when you’ve been triggered? Check out Mary’s powerful teaching on Self-Empathy.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  26:59 hours/minutes
This is a documentary of the use of Nonviolent Communication at Euclid High School, Ohio, in a history class with a teacher practicing NVC accompanied by CNVC Certified Trainer Catherine Cadden.
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All Skill Levels  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  00:28 hours:minutes
This self-assessment Matrix is a concrete step toward naming and clarifying many skills that you may find valuable in your life. We suggest you periodically assess your skills to track your progress.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Learning Tools (Public)  •  N/A
The following list of words are used to express a combination of emotional states and physical sensations. This list is neither exhaustive nor definitive. It is meant as a starting place to help you develop your emotional vocabulary and further support your communication with others.
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