Collaborative Trainer; Manager, Safer Communities Project
510-433-0700 , ext 230
 

Meganwind Eoyang grew up involved in street fighting on Chicago’s South Side, studied and taught martial arts and went on to learn full force fighting. Though these activities brought a sense of safety, they offered no way of connecting with others. For her, Nonviolent Communication delivered effective ways to connect, and a new way of looking at the world.

 

She is delighted to share NVC principles and tools to spread empowerment and choice. She offers training in Nonviolent Communication (since 2002) for the public, colleges and organizations; individual and couples support sessions; mediation; and as a founding member & manager of the Safer Communities Project, teaches weekly NVC classes for inmates in San Quentin State Prison, in county jails, and for parolees and their families.

 

You may enjoy watching:
A 10-minute video interview of Meganwind speaking about empathy.
A 4-minute video interview of Meganwind speaking about examples of empathy with inmates at San Quentin and in her coaching sessions with couples.

 

Training Opportunities with Meganwind:

  • Couples support work for couples who are on each others nerves, shutting down or arguing all the time, helping them to become allies and friends again.
  • Empowered Communication series in Berkeley & Santa Rosa
  • Practice groups in Berkeley and Santa Rosa

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