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Hope Moffatt

B.Ed., M.A., Human Development
I am a spiritual being having a human experience
Speaks English
Certified Trainer since 2018
"In a world where babies are met with love and respect for their uniqueness within an interdependent family/community, they become adults able to live their lives with courage, compassion, and authenticity."

I live, learn, work and play in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, on Treaty 8 territory, the traditional lands of the Cree, Dene, and Metis people. I’m in Fort McMurray in the northeastern corner of Alberta, Canada. I am available for workshops within Canada, especially the western provinces, and am very comfortable with online connection and learning. My background as an adult educator of early learning and care educators makes sharing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) with parents and early childhood educators a natural fit. My own exploration of inner NVC over the past couple of years is a reminder that the spiritual aspect of NVC is very precious to me, and such a gift in my life. 

My experience in this life will be that I:

  • Establish and maintain harmonious relationships with personal and professional connections, and with nature.
  • Share my love of music, and the joy and transformation that can be achieved through breath, tone, voice, rhythm and movement.
  • Achieve balance in many aspects - female/male, self/others, work/play, peace/excitement.
  • Honour the gift of my daughter and her family for her learning and for mine
  • Remain open to learning about myself, my world and others.
  • Continue to explore ways to express myself creatively.
  • Work hard, play joyfully, maintain curiosity, experience wonder.

(My personal mission statement, 1996, revised March 2022)

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“By living my life with NVC consciousness at the forefront, I want to share NVC through modelling, online discussions, and face-to-face interactive workshops and practice groups. Contact me for a discussion about how I might support you.”

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