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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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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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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:28 hours/minutes
Watch this vintage video from 1993, as Dr. Rosenberg works with two participants to heal interpersonal relationship issues.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:44 hours:minutes
Using a Powerpoint presentation, Bridget Belgrave, CNVC Certified Trainer from the United Kingdom, demonstrates the key principles of Nonviolent Communication. Starting with needs at the center, Bridget builds a visual structure of the NVC process.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:54 hours:minutes
Let this inspiring video guide you through exercises as if you are actually present at the workshop with Mary Mackenzie! The video opens with Mary leading you through an exercise that generates a physical experience of the NVC consciousness.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:28 hours:minutes
In this introduction to Nonviolent Communication (NVC), Wes Taylor discusses the two basic aspects of NVC, the consciousness and the tools that help manifest the consciousness.
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Introductory Skill Level  •  Video (Public)  •  00:38 hours:minutes
In this brief video, CNVC Certified Trainer and founder of the CNVC Parenting Project, Inbal Kashtan, offers a succinct and insightful overview for using Nonviolent Communication in your parenting role.