Resources and Connections


Marshall Rosenberg: Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life
Websites: Center for NVC and Bay Area NVC and

Sharon Ellison: Taking the War Out of Our Words: The Art of Powerful Non-Defensive Communication

Douglas Stone, et al (Harvard Negotiation Project): Difficult Conversations: How To Discuss What Matters Most

more recommended books…


The Chinese word for “busy” is composed of two characters: “heart” and ‘killing”.

more favorite quotes…

Additional Resources & Connections:

Terri’s note: While I can highly recommend many of these resources from personal experience, I am not personally familiar with all of them. Please use your own judgment and guidance to select resources that best suit your style, preferences, and needs.

Nevada County NVC
Peter Cohen hosts local practice groups in Nevada City @ The Magic Carpet
408 Broad St., Nevada City CA
tel: 530-692-0100

Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC)
55 Santa Clara Ave, Suite 203
Oakland, CA 94610
tel: 510 433-0700 or toll free: 866 4BAYNVC

This is a bay area organization which supports the work of CNVC, many bay area NVC projects, teaching and training people in NVC.

Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC)
2428 Foothill Blvd. Suite E
Las Cresenta, CA 91214
tel: 818 957-9393 fax: 818 957-1424

This is an international organization which supports NVC projects, teaching and training people in NVC and Marshall’s work all over the world.

PuddleDancer Press 1-858-278-2649, 1-877-843-2924

PuddleDancer Press publishes many Nonviolent Communication-related works, including Marshall Rosenberg’s books, Lucy Leu’s NVC Companion Workbook, and a series of NVC booklets that apply these powerful NVC concepts to different aspects of our lives. We also maintain a library of resource materials including articles about NVC and tool kits for those who wish to support the spread of NVC.