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NVC Websites  NVC nonprofit in Santa Cruz, California (home base for Christine and Jean); workshops, classes, trainings, and 6-month Integration and Immersion Program (IIP). The international website for the Center for Nonviolent Communication; CNVC certified trainers; schedule for founder, Marshall B. Rosenberg; books, CDs, DVDs, training supplies. Books and games for parents and teachers. Includes the   “No Fault Zone Game.” Founded by educators Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson. The NVC Academy offers NVC teleclasses with CNVC certified trainers from around the world. A comprehensive 500 page guide for NVC facilitators by Lucy Leu, Raj Gill, and Judy Morin. When you purchase the book, they give you web support with videos and handouts. Puddle Dancer Press publishes books by Marshall Rosenberg and other NVC authors. It’s also a resource for sharing and learning NVC. Designed by Bridget Belgrave and Gina Lawrie, the NVC Dance Floors provide kinesthetic learning of NVC. Also a kinesthetic learning tool to give empathy to yourself and others created by Marc Weiner. John Cunningham offers a free downloadable booklet with all the components of NVC. NVC trainer Ian Peatey calls his site "the most extensive source for Nonviolent Communication resources on the web" 

Complimentary Websites Byron Katie’s inquiry process that teaches us to identify and question our thoughts. Handouts are available for downloading from this website. Whole brain learning can give us the ability to think and act outside of our preferred thinking style. Restorative Circles are held when an act has occurred to disrupt a community. This is a non-punitive was to restore trust, safety, and connection. Their mission: “Fostering emotional resiliency for challenge, conflict or crisis.” Their toolkit includes: Attitudinal Healing, Restorative Practices, Positive Psychology, and they offer other trainings and workshops to support emotional resiliency.