"The missing component in our education."
a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
The New York Center for Nonviolent Communication (NYCNVC) is a spontaneous, cooperative network of NVC learners, proponents, trainers, facilitators, and practitioners who share a passion for the Nonviolent Communication work of Marshall Rosenberg. Their long-term goal is to establish a widespread understanding of Nonviolent Communication as a key to creating a more compassionate and sustainable world to leave for future generations.
NYCNVC was founded in 2003 by Thom Bond and Nellie Bright, with the support of Marshall Rosenberg, Larry Wydro, and a small group of volunteers.
NYCNVC founder Thom Bond conducts a weekly compassion course webinar that runs the course of a year. Each cycle begins on the first day of summer. Click HERE to register.
NYCNVC holds introductions to Nonviolent Communication on the first Monday of every month. Click HERE to sign up.
NYCNVC holds a weekend-long, in-depth analysis of the principles of Nonviolent Communication every two months. Click HERE to register.