Sharon Seymour, 928-499-8210

NVC Practice Group: meeting monthly at the Prescott Public Library.

Day/Date/Time: Sundays  Mar 22 (Elsea Room), Apr 26 (Founder Suite B), May 24 (Elsea Room), June 28 (Elsea Room) from 2 pm – 4:30 pm

Location: Prescott Public Library

This facilitated group provides a place for practice and study of Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication process.

All are welcome, whether to deepen existing skills or begin to explore ways for communicating with greater compassion and connection.



Compassionate Communication: Handling the Whitewater of Reactivity March 26 – April 16, 2020 -Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 8:00.

 Compassionate Communication: Handling the White Water of Reactivity   NEW!

Deepen your skills as you venture into the eddies and rapids of your own habits of reaction in the face of difficult to hear messages. Continue to build your connection with your own compassionate self-witness, source of self-understanding. Make space to receive another person with curiosity and care so that together you can mend and strengthen your connection. Prerequisite: Minimum of 12 hours of nonviolent communication study; comfortable with principles and basic model of this practice.


Sarah Edmonds,, 928-830-4661

I am a psychologist in private practice, offering psychotherapy informed by nonviolent communication for children, teenagers, adults, and couples in Flagstaff and Prescott. I also offer parenting classes and training for organizations on how to use NVC in the workplace.  I’ve conducted workshops for the Arizona Psychological Association, Boys to Men Arizona, and West Yavapai Guidance Center Children’s Team.

I completed the 2007 Parent Peer Leadership Training Program sponsored by the Center for Nonviolent Communication and Bay NVC, taught by Inbal Kashtan, certified NVC trainer and author of “Parenting from the Heart.”  I have worked individually with certified NVC trainer Robert Gonzales, as well as attended NVC workshops with Sura Hart, Sylvia Haskvitz, Mary MacKenzie, and presentations by Marshall Rosenberg.

For more information about Sarah Edmonds visit flagstaffpsychologist. org