One of our strongest human needs is to contribute to the wellbeing of others. Perhaps we long most to contribute healing and wholeness to our families. It is our conviction and experience that one person living NVC can bring this about in a family.
Even small changes in strategies can increase respect and bring about deeper connection and trust. This provides an anchor for the family during challenging times and beautiful intimacy in stable times. NVC Singapore can help you consider unresolved conflict and empower you with skills to bring about the quality of love and support that helps families grow closer and flourish. Imagine having the family communication and parenting skills you need to strengthen family connections and truly make the most of your limited time together.
NVC Singapore offers simple, effective communication and conflict resolution skills that will transform your marriage and parenting for the better and foster the healthy, satisfying family relationships you’ve always wanted.
We also offer NVC Mediation and Family conflict Resolution.
NVC Mediation can help you if you have a conflict or communication difficulty with somebody and would like support from an independent third party to help work through it to reach a place of mutual understanding, harmony or agreement.
The mediator, a neutral third party, facilitates discussions between parties to help them uncover their true interests and needs from their declared positions. The mediator uses these interests to help them derive with mutually acceptable decisions. Mediators neither judge nor impose decisions. For mediation to take place, all parties must agree to mediate their dispute.
Divorce marks the end of one of the most important relationships in your life. Feeling hurt and angry is natural for both parties, and healing will take time. Unfortunately, these intense emotions complicate your interactions with your former spouse as you move forward. Since ongoing interaction is necessary for many couples, especially when children are involved, learning to manage these emotions and communicate effectively is essential. In addition, healthy communication helps during the divorce itself, especially during alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes like mediation. One way to improve your interactions with your former spouse is through the use of the Nonviolent Communication strategy.