We have seen our lives transformed by our efforts to communicate nonviolently and compassionately, and we hope to encourage you in achieving a similar transformation.
About The Georgia Network for Nonviolent Communication (GaNVC)
Since 2002, Cynthia Moe and Mark Feinknopf have been spreading awareness of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in Atlanta by sponsoring trainings, practice groups, and visits by Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., Founder of the international Center for Nonviolent Communication. Continuing with, and expanding on, their efforts, we have formed the Georgia Network for Nonviolent Communication, a volunteer-based, non-profit organization.
- To practice Nonviolent Communication in our own lives
- To promote Nonviolent Communication in various communities, such as neighborhoods, businesses, schools and government.
Realizing Our Vision:
Members are realizing the vision and mission of the Georgia Network through a variety of activities and projects, including:
- Facilitating Weekly Practice Groups throughout Metro Atlanta
- Sponsoring workshops, retreats, and Intensive Trainings
- Giving Lectures and Presentations to businesses and civic groups
- Consulting with individuals, businesses, and organizations
- Organizing initiatives to bring NVC into the business, healthcare, faith-based, and educational communities
About Nonviolent Communication (NVC)
Most of us are hungry for effective communication skills to strengthen the quality of our personal or professional relationships, to heal pain, resolve conflicts, or simply to communicate more effectively. The Nonviolent Communication process provides a simple yet powerful method for saying what’s on your mind, or in your heart, clearly and effectively.
About the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC)
The Center for Nonviolent Communication is a global, non-profit, organization located in California whose vision is a world where all people are getting their needs met and resolving their conflicts peacefully. In this vision, people are using Nonviolent Communication to create and participate in networks of worldwide life-serving systems in economics, education, justice, healthcare, and peace-keeping. For more information visit www.cnvc.org