Shona Cameron: Nonviolent Communication Trainer
Shona discovered psychology as a teenager and after an initial exploration of phrenology (the study of the bumps on our head!) went on to study her favourite subject and at age 30 she became an Educational Psychologist. In this role Shona worked with children of all ages, parents, teachers and other psychologists. She found it to be a unique privilege to be part of so many people’s lives. With years of experience, happy to be contributing and exploring how to make schools better for all. Shona found satisfaction in the simple and profound work of listening and supporting change. Finding out what works and doing it!
Never wanting to be an ‘expert’, Shona empowered those around her to grow and find their own solutions.
Becoming a Nonviolent Communication Trainer
During a Buddhist retreat in August 2003 she discovered NVC and a few months later went to train with Marshall Rosenberg in Switzerland.
Shona become an internationally Certified NVC Trainer in 2006. During that time Shona was still working as in schools and found ways to share NVC ‘ninja style’, where no one else knew what she was doing! Conversations and meetings were transformed, becoming more effective and powerful.
In 2016 Shona became an assessor for CNVC and now as well as training and coaching she guides and supports candidates to become Certified Trainers themselves.
Also trained in Solution Focussed Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, EMDR and Shona is trauma-informed. Shona brings together a wealth of experience and offers pragmatic support framed in the compassion of NVC.
Shona’s mission is to support people, teams and organisations to find clarity. For improved communication, wellbeing and success.