The Rocky Mountain Compassionate
Communication Center (RMCCC)
Founded in 2009, RMCCC promotes and supports the awareness, education and practice of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a powerful and easy-to-understand way of listening to and communicating with ourselves and others. Also known as Compassionate Communication, NVC empowers people to prevent or peacefully resolve conflicts and arrive at workable solutions that meet the needs of everyone involved.
Empowering compassionate relationships.
- Empowerment ~ providing tools and inspiration that support clarity, personal response-ability, and life serving choice.
- Integrity ~ being accountable for embodying and supporting the alignment of needs and actions, encouraging authentic expression grounded in mutual respect and deep care.
- Effectiveness ~ efficiently using all our resources and maintaining practices that nurture competence and sustainability.
- Community ~ cultivating and extending the expression and celebration of interdependence, mutual support, and companionship in growth.
Based in Colorado, but serving the whole Rocky Mountain region, RMCCC hosts and coordinates workshops, offers trainings, facilitates practices groups, provides mediation and consulting services, and sponsors an online community to connect and support people interested in NVC.
Contact us to learn more about RMCCC and how we can help you or your organization.
Highly specialized in interpersonal communications, the growing RMCCC team includes trainers certified in Nonviolent Communication (NVC), counselors, facilitators, mediators and educators. Meet our team.
NVC was developed 40 years ago by psychologist Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. At the core of this communications framework lies the universality of human needs and our drive for compassionate connection. The process involves learning to clearly distinguish observations from feelings, identify the met or unmet needs behind those feelings, and make specific, actionable requests of ourselves or others.
For more information about NVC and the global NVC movement, please visit the international Center for Nonviolent Communication website, www.cnvc.org.