You can continue learning about Nonviolent Communication by taking any of the following steps:
- Sign up for the Capital NVC newsletter to learn about upcoming events and read articles on NVC.
- Take a local class or workshop.
- Travel to take a multi-day intensive training.
- Read “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life” by Marshall Rosenberg, or read another NVC book. Go to the Center for Nonviolent Communication web site and order CDs or DVDs to listen to or watch.
- Arrange a private training for your group or organization by emailing Capital NVC.
- Join an NVC practice group. Either join an existing group, or gather some friends together and start a new NVC practice group. These can be self-guided using the book, “Nonviolent Communication Companion Workbook,” by Lucy Leu. Capital NVC trainers may be available to advise on getting your group going.
- Visit the NVC Academy web site. View the sample videos. Consider paying $10 a month to subscribe to their monthly video series. Sign up for a teleclass or online training.
- Arrange for private coaching or consulting by a Capital NVC trainer. Contact a trainer individually or email Capital NVC.
- If you're ready to take a deep plunge into Nonviolent Communication, consider participating in one of the extended training programs offered around the country.