Laura Harvey is part of a network of trainers worldwide certified by the Centre for Nonviolent Communication to teach NVC, the internationally regarded restorative process developed by founder Marshall Rosenberg PhD.
Nonviolent Communication is an effective and life-enhancing method of communicating which is being used in more than 50 countries. People of all ages are applying the process in businesses, education, local authorities, families, charities, health care settings, social services, counselling, prisons, peace-making and social change initiatives.
Learn NVC with Shared Space
Shared Space was established in 2006 and offers a programme of private and public training. These cater for levels from beginner to advanced. As well as teaching participants from across the UK, our courses have welcomed attendees from Belgium, Dubai, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain and the US.
Introduction to NVC
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is sometimes referred to as “compassionate communication”, or “a language of life”. It is a practical, learnable process whose purpose is to create a deeper quality of connection between ourselves and others in order to meet everyone’s needs peacefully and effectively. Beyond inter-personal dialogue, it has many applications in Collaborative Decision Making, Inclusive Facilitation, Restorative Justice and Mediation.
NVC guides us to reframe how we express ourselves and how we hear others. It supports individuals in getting what they most want without betraying their integrity or hurting other people. It has a profoundly positive effect on relationships, working and living environments and capacity for social action.