CNVC Certified Trainer from Sweden
Liv Larsson is the author of 21 books. She has been a Certified trainer for Center for Nonviolent Communication since 2002 and an educator since 1992. Liv is also a mediator mainly working with conflicts between the indigenous group in Scandinavia, the Same and forest and mining industries. She holds a masters degree in Literature and Creative writing.
Giving trainings all over the world on different themes and for different audiences since twenty years. Embracing Shame, empathy, vulnerability and power is at the core of all Livs work. She is a mother of a growing teenager, is passionate about cross-country skiing and loves to spend time in nature and lives in the forest of northern Sweden.
What do you do with feelings of shame? During this 12-minute excerpt from her course, From Shame to Vulnerability, Liv Larsson uses The Compass to explore the four directions you can move to when experiencing shame, and guides you through the different responses.
- Discover what triggers shame in you, and how to transform it
- Learn to navigate a shame attack and make good use of it
- Expand your capacity for recognizing when others are experiencing shame
- Connect with others who get trapped in shame avoidance patterns
- Allow your vulnerability to bloom by disentangling shame from fear
Listen as Liv shares her experience of mediating conflict between two groups: using NVC to ascertain the needs of both sides, raise awareness, and diminish polarization.
In this compelling interview with Liv Larsson, CNVC Certified Trainer from Sweden, the NVC concept of enemy images — how they develop, what they represent and how they affect our relationships with others and self — is explored.
Ask the Trainer: An NVC Academy member from Bosnia asks: "Is the NVC process truly effective in places where so much violence has occurred and people's pain is very deep?"
- Ask the Trainer: “I would like some suggestions on how to interact with a member of the practice group I started. This individual speaks and acts in a manner I interpret as angry and controlling.”
Ask the Trainer: "Could you explore why people 'talk too much' and how I could connect with them and myself empathically when I'm also talking too much?"