Liv Monroe

Language of Report: 
English
Year of Report: 
2014
Share My Report With: 
General Public (Including Certified Trainers and Certification Candidates)
A. Approximately how many training days did you have this year?: 
17
B. Briefly list the groups and organizations you worked with this year as a trainer.: 
General Public, University Classes, Alternative Medical Facility, Small manufacturing business, Family Camp, Therapy Conference, Indian tribe youth, Unitarian Church, Waldorf school staff, Small nonprofit business
C. Approximately how many people did you offer NVC training to this year?: 
367
D. What are you celebrating about your training experiences this year? What was significant for you? What touched your heart?: 
Restorative Circles that I believe really increased respect and satisfaction for groups of individuals. A few individuals who moved on to teach NVC. I was touched by the depth and return rate of individuals who came to my trainings.
E. Would you share some difficult experiences you had while training this year and how you handled them?: 
I'm just not remembering the difficult times.
F. How do you teach the spiritual basis of Nonviolent Communication in your workshops and training programs? : 
For me spirituality is play and connection as well as recognizing that we are all part of a larger whole. My teaching NVC is all about connection with self, others, and the whole.
G. Please describe your social change goals...: 
My goal is for personal liberation, my own and as many others as possible. My strategy is to reach many individuals, particularly those connected to children.
J. Please describe your efforts to create, or join, an NVC circle or organization.: 
At this time in my life I am choosing to complete the building of a cohousing community. I keep in touch by email and the trainers list-serve mostly.
K. Summarize participants’ evaluations, and how their feedback resulted in new learning or growth for you this past year.: 
Participants love the practice most and I continue to hold the floor less and provide experiences for participants to muddle through. It is very satisfying for them and me.
L. What are your current growing edges or challenges as a trainer that you will be working on in the future?: 
To not offer to empathize or say "yes" to doing another workshop when I don't totally want to.
N. Is there anything else you would enjoy sharing with the CNVC network?: 
Keep on trucking.
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Keep on trucking.

Dear Liv This is the first time I see another person using my slogan: "keep on trucking" Hurraa for our sistership. Hugz Kirsten from Denmark
Kirsten Kristensen

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