Open Trainings & Events

nvc 2Coming Up

NVC Foundation Training, 16th & 17th February 2019

Booking click here EICSP Website  

In collaboration with Sibongile Pradhan, I will be offering an NVC Foundation Training in Edinburgh on 16th & 17th February in Walpole Hall,Edinburgh

Do you long for more collaboration and shared understanding in your family or team?Does your self-talk restrict you? Do you avoid verbal conflict? Do you find yourself saying yes to things you don’t want to do?

These 2 days will offer you:

  • A new lens for you to explore communication.
  • Awareness and skills to help free yourself from your habits and social conditioning
  • Simple, practical tools to find inner clarity and express yourself with care

Cost: £100/£80 (Concessions). £150 if booking as a 3rd Sector organisation, £180 for public or private sector organisations. For a Registration Form:
Contact: Neill Walker,, 0131 331 4469.

Deepening NVC Skills and Practice Trainings

In 2019 I will offer a series of Deepening Trainings – details to follow.

“I took Roz’s afternoon session on expressing one’s needs, and her simple 3-step approach especially the point about four sets of ears really hit the spot. So succinct, realistic, and altogether a Big “Ah-Ha” that made total sense for the particular learning-situation in my own life I was struggling with. Excellent! ”   Course Participant 2017

Whole Person Leadership Day

In 2019 a group of Co-Facilitators will offer a second Whole Person Leadership Day, after the success of last year’s pilot.

“There’s something there that I feel everybody could benefit from – time and space to self- reflect, self- evaluate. Also just some really important personal and professional lessons that I feel could enhance the lives of others – highly recommend!” 

“Very innovative, alternative and thought-provoking. Jogged me out of ‘business as usual”

“I loved that the form of the day and the way it was delivered fitted its content. It was really lovely to be led by “whole people” in all their complex humanity rather than traditional authoritative trainers. This was unique in my experience of workshops and lectures”