Nonviolent Communication & NVC Mediation [Resources]

“Dialogue is a conversation…the outcome of which is unknown.”
~ Martin Buber
Fontaine du Dialogue, Angers.

NVC Mediation &/or Mentoring
— You’re welcome to contact us here for a free consult, referrals
Why did the giraffe cross the road?By McKay Savage
Free NVC telepractice group:
See About Page
(for more as to Pamela
Additional NVC resources)
ZENVC’s iGiraffe & Ongo Book


New to NVC?  Video intro:
Cup of Empathy – YouTube


The Self-Connection Process &
“Taking the 3rd Chair” in Difficult Conversations
The Three-Chair Model for Learning NVC [Mediation]:
Developing Capacity for Mindful Presence, Connection, & Skill with NVC
“Most conversations are simply monologues delivered in the presence of a witness.”
~ Margaret Millar

Arnold Lakhovsky – The Conversation (circa 1935)
“The art of conversation is the art of hearing as well of being heard.”
~ William Hazlitt, Selected Essays, 1778-1830
What is NVC Mediation? A Powerful Model for Healing & Reconciling Conflict

I invite you to follow me (via social media):
@StreetGiraffe  &
arthur_streeton_-_hoddle_st-2c_10_p-m-_-_google_art_projectArthur Streeton – Hoddle Street, 10 pm
(More on my idiosyncratic take on ‘streetifying’)


Defined:  “In modern prose and poetry ‘street’ is used to define non-mainstream, a form of anti-establishment. It probably means to disassociate from what is regarded as ‘establishment’.”
Female_Giraffe_Mikumi_National_ParkMuhammad Mahdi Karim
“I am not easily frightened. Not because I am brave but because I know that I am dealing with human
beings, and that I must try as hard as I can to understand everything that anyone ever does…” (continues)
~ Etty Hillesum in Etty: A Diary 1941–1943
Other NVC Learning Venues
Naked Pictures of Be a Arthur

Read the writer/writing that introduced me
to NVC:

Say it Right – Tricycle by Katy Butler
Katy Butler begins this piece by referencing an NVC tenent which posits that while our [universal-human] needs are never in conflict, our strategies for attending to them often can be.  She then presences the Buddhist precept of Right Speech, offering that many dharma teachers view Nonviolent Communication as supportive to this end.


Taking the Third Chair
“Three chairs can change your life…”


“Change happens by listening and then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something you don’t believe is right.”
~ Jane Goodall
By Oliver Vass

Street Dispatches:
My experiments with truth blog
Louise Ingram Rayner

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
— Andre Gide