Welcome to the NVC Foundations Course

What is NVC? Who am I? What is the foundations course? I answer these questions in this short video



3 February - 10 March 2021.

Weekly Wednesdays

3, 10, 17, 24 February and 3, 10 March

09:30AM-11:30 AM (Amsterdam/Paris Time)

10:30-12:30 South Africa

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Based on the practices and principles of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), this course is a unique opportunity to learn and practice new skills with a committed group.

Discover new approaches to make your conversations succeed, even when they are about touchy subjects. Feel more confident to express yourself and learn new ways to listen to and understand each other.

Use NVC tools to transform dialogue with your partner, talk to your children, with colleagues at work, relate to your parents and siblings, in business with your clients, be more honest with a friend, or to gain more self-awareness. They invite us to evolve slowly but surely towards collaborative, respectful relationships enhancing productivity, synergy and creativity.

In these six sessions we will explore the basic steps of NVC, learning and engaging through various interactive exercises. We will provide notes, video clips and suggest things to practice and try out in daily life in between sessions.

Weekly Course Curriculum

This course is closed for enrollment.

What past students have to say

"Having completed two foundation courses with Sarah I wanted to express how much this brought me in all realms of my life. It’s been a game changer in relationship be it in the work place or personal life. I now have a whole toolbox of ways to connect with the life that’s moving in me and to hear the humanity behind someone’s words.

Sarah and Nic are masterful at holding courses and truly listening in to their participants, leading to lots of AH HA moments. The online course has been an excellent way to learn this new connective language - once you learn it you can’t unlearn it!"

— Talli Pachter


"This course is like a juicy apple. NVC is life."

— Phillip Camp