Accredited Facilitators

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Anita Foxworth, Ph.D.Anita is a former educator who has held a variety of positions that included teacher, central office administrator, project manger and Colorado State director for school improvement projects. Since completing her accreditation as a facilitator for RMCCN, she is working on combining the skills of NVC and social justice. Anita longs to participate in the development of a world where everyone's needs matter. Contact this Facilitator
Carema Cook-Masaud, M.A. LPCCarema is a couples therapist, family counselor, individual therapist and parenting coach. She uses teachings and skills from NVC to facilitate compassion and accessibility within families and intimate partners. She received training with the NVC Parent Peer Leadership Program (PPLP) with Ingrid Bauer and Stephanie Bachmann Mattei in 2010/2011, and enjoys sharing insights of NVC with families and couples. Contact this Facilitator
David Shindoll, M.A.CNVC Certified TrainerDavid has used the NVC model to support teachers as a teacher trainer at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies. David also does couples/family mediation, NVC trainings, and co-facilitates an NVC practice group for facilitators in Denver. Contact this Facilitator
David SteeleDavid, poet, writer, and life coach, has studied and taught a wide variety of interpersonal communication skills over the last thirty years. He was introduced to NVC in 2000 and has been conducting trainings since 2009. Prior to his introduction to NVC, he studied with Anthony Robbins, Jean Houston, Deepak Chopra, and Gay Luce. Contact this Facilitator
Evon DavisEvon began her career as a life transformation coach in 2005 with the publication of her first book The Power of Manifestation, and teaching workshops at Colorado Free University on the subjects of self-empowerment, manifestation, spiritual alignment, the law of attraction, and self-actualization. For the past decade, she has been facilitating workshops on these topics, coaching individuals using a variety of modalities, and published a second book titled, In the Magic Flow. As a workshop facilitator with Accreditation in Compassionate Communication from the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network, she brings a decade of skills and training to her workshops, coaching, and counseling. She is available for speaking engagements, workshops, seminars, retreats, one-on-one coaching, and group counseling sessions. Contact this Facilitator
Gregory Rouillard, M.Div.CNVC Certified TrainerGregory is a CNVC Certified Trainer who envisions a world where people live, work and play in nurturing communities, moving together with connection and inclusion to achieve effective outcomes. He is co-founder and current Director of Family HEART Camp, a non-profit offering a unique experience of compassionate community grounded in the principles and practices of NVC. Gregory also offers a shared ministry of Compassionate Communication for Unitarian Universalists through the Seven Principles Project. He lives with his family in a cohousing community near Boulder and is a Master of Divinity graduate of Naropa University.Contact this Facilitator
Jacqueline MullerCNVC Certified TrainerJacqueline has worked with people and groups in search of authentic expression and communication for more than 25 years. Her multi-cultural background as well as her quest for peace and justice has led her to work on immigration integration dialogue projects in Boulder County and youth projects in the Middle East. She has facilitated NVC™ based classes in the Front Range area since 2008 and facilitates Restorative Justice based classes at the Boulder County jail. She offers individual and group sessions. Contact this Facilitator
Jean Bell, Ph.D.Jean was introduced to NVC in 2003 and has studied with Marshall Rosenberg, Robert Gonzalez, and others. A retired college professor, she has taught NVC since 2006. She has also coordinated many educational peace events and meditations, including the Evergreen High School chapter of Peace Jam, and for the Evergreen Peace group. Contact this Facilitator
Kate Kendrick, M.A.Kate is a trainer, psychotherapist in private practice and educator. In 1986 she was first introduced to NVC and has been studying and integrating it into her professional and personal life ever since. Kate has taught NVC to public school teachers, paraprofessionals, restorative justice facilitators, safe shelter volunteers, teens. hospice volunteers and elementary students. Contact this Facilitator
Kathy Ziola, M.A.CNVC Certified TrainerKathy has presented workshops and retreats in communication, relationships, personal growth, and stress management over the past 30 years. She has been teaching NVC since 2005 and was certified through the Center for Nonviolent Communication in 2009. Through her business, CommunicationWorks, Kathy provides NVC training, Empathic Life Coaching and psychotherapy to a wide variety of individuals, couples, and businesses. She is currently very excited to be offering NVC trainer development. It is her passion to support others in having the quality of relationships they truly desire, relationships based on honesty and compassion. Contact this Facilitator
Ken Rosevear, M.A.Ken, retired counselor and Colorado Department of Human Services administrator, has studied with Dr. Rosenberg and other trainers. He has taught NVC classes since 2003. Contact this Facilitator
Louise Wildee, M.B.A, M.A., C.P.C.Louise is a coach, mediator, business person and RMCCC Facilitator who supports individuals, families, and organizations in realizing their potential. Her psychology and business backgrounds contribute to her ability to work with people in achieving clarity, making decisions and taking action that enhances their well-being. Louise participates in NVC, community mediation and restorative justice programs. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a past president of the Mediation Association of Colorado. Louise studies, practices and shares NVC in many settings and roles. Contact this Facilitator
Susan Jennings, M.S., C.C.C., M.A.M.Susan Jennings is a co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network. She holds a dual Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology, a Master’s Degree in Management–Human Relations and Organizational Behavior, and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Alternative Dispute Resolution. She has spent her entire adult life embracing the worlds of language, communication and spirituality. Since her first training with Marshall Rosenberg in 2001 she has maintained a steady dedication to her journey of learning, living and sharing compassionate communication. Contact this Facilitator
Susan Kaplan, M.S.W., M.P.A., R.Y.T.As a social worker, Courage & Renewal Facilitator, Storyteller & Story Listener and Yoga Teacher, Susan brings a unique flavor to Compassionate Communication work. Through a variety of training, coaching and contemplative options, she offers support for living a more authentic, compassionate & engaged life where everyone’s needs matter. She focuses on nonprofit professional & leadership development, relationship support, schools (students, parent, family & teacher education), congregations, continuing education for professionals, and private individual & family sessions. Contact this Facilitator