The WOW factorWorking On 'We' in relationships using Nonviolent Communication
Coaching · Workshops · Mediation
None of us is born with the ‘how to have good relationships’ manual. Instead, we learn from experience.
What we learn doesn’t always serve us well but we muddle through.
Or maybe we don’t – Maybe our relationships fracture, or even become abusive.
At home or at work, there is an alternative.
I can help you find ways to move things forward that work for everyone.
Just call me for a no-obligation exploration session that will give you some powerful take-aways and a vision of a way forward.
BA MPhil CPsychol
Certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication
Organisation and Relationship Systems Coach
Coaching Mediation Workshops
Private sessions for individuals and couples
Wanting better communication?
Nonviolent Communication. You’ve heard how powerful it is. You’ve seen some videos. Maybe you’ve read one of Marshall Rosenberg’s books. It all seemed straightforward. But then you tried it and it didn’t seem to work.
Facing relationship challenges?
Your relationship just isn’t working for you. You wonder where the love and care has gone. You find yourselves arguing over trivial things, leaving you feeling isolated, hurt or angry and longing for deeper connection.
In conflict with a significant person?
It’s painful, and preying on your mind … you don’t see a way forward … and the other party seems in no mood to change… But things can’t go on as they are. The relationship matters. So what can you do?
Separation and divorce?
You’re relieved to be out of your relationship. But life as a newly single person has its own challenges. Looking ahead, you have mixed emotions and you wonder what the future holds. It helps to talk!
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