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Feeling Numb?

Sometimes it’s hard to know what we are feeling. Have you noticed feeling numb? Even when emotions may be high or others talk about their feelings? I’ve talked many times
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Adventures in Spirituality

Similarly to many others bought up in England, I had an upbringing on the edges of The Church of England. As a family, we didn’t attend church and I wasn’t
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graffiti of word revolution with love in red

The pressure to do BIG social change that’s paralysing action

I came to Nonviolent Communication and social change via my work in schools. I knew they could be places that people wanted to go to every day- but it would
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Choosing Partnership over Domination

A blog I wrote, first published on Dian Killian’s website in April. We are co trainers on the Ireland IIT in October 2020. (Which finally happened in February 2022) I
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stairway into mist

Fear of Others’ Reactions

In a group I facilitate, we explored an insight I  didn’t fully ‘get’ when I heard it from Marshall Rosenberg. One I’ve been struggling to integrate for many years,  It’s
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Rest as Resistance

Sad to say our trip to Spain was cancelled earlier this week. We had been looking forward to meeting all the staff at Cortijo Romero, meeting you all and to
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Freedom from Core Beliefs

Mini Online Course: Starts 3rd July Friday 10 am UK time. I will be sharing one of THE most powerful ways I have found to build my capacity in the
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Reluctant Leadership

“We are the ones we have been waiting for” the sign says- but what if you don’t want to be? What if we are practising reluctant leadership? Because we know
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The Disappearing Trainer

With a sigh of relief and recognition, I enjoyed reading Robert Kržišnik’s blog post exploring our needs as trainers and facilitators. I aspire to be the kind of trainer who
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NVC Dance Floors and Me

I use the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Dance Floors as one of the main tools I use to support learning and integration of NVC for myself, with others in teachings and
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Celebrating Entanglement

Listening to a talk given by Bayo Akomolafe earlier this month on overcoming our whiteness I enjoyed his use of the word entanglement and was reminded of the research about
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Shona Cameron’s Blog

Shona Cameron MSc
Psychologist and International Trainer in Nonviolent Communication

Shona is an international Certified Trainer and Assessor for the Centre for Nonviolent Communication. She regularly works as a trainer and coach all over the world. She combines a background as a psychologist, a passion for exploring what makes us more compassionate with a deep love of science and the pragmatic. Let’s do what works!


Shona Cameron, Trainer & Coach in Nonviolent Communication
an orange

Feeling Numb?

Sometimes it’s hard to know what we are feeling. Have you noticed feeling numb? Even when emotions may be high or others talk about their feelings? I’ve talked many times
Read More
tea lights

Adventures in Spirituality

Similarly to many others bought up in England, I had an upbringing on the edges of The Church of England. As a family, we didn’t attend church and I wasn’t
Read More
graffiti of word revolution with love in red

The pressure to do BIG social change that’s paralysing action

I came to Nonviolent Communication and social change via my work in schools. I knew they could be places that people wanted to go to every day- but it would
Read More
sunset over water

Choosing Partnership over Domination

A blog I wrote, first published on Dian Killian’s website in April. We are co trainers on the Ireland IIT in October 2020. (Which finally happened in February 2022) I
Read More
stairway into mist

Fear of Others’ Reactions

In a group I facilitate, we explored an insight I  didn’t fully ‘get’ when I heard it from Marshall Rosenberg. One I’ve been struggling to integrate for many years,  It’s
Read More
woman on a swing

Rest as Resistance

Sad to say our trip to Spain was cancelled earlier this week. We had been looking forward to meeting all the staff at Cortijo Romero, meeting you all and to
Read More
padlock

Freedom from Core Beliefs

Mini Online Course: Starts 3rd July Friday 10 am UK time. I will be sharing one of THE most powerful ways I have found to build my capacity in the
Read More
women holding banner saying We are the ones we have been waiting for

Reluctant Leadership

“We are the ones we have been waiting for” the sign says- but what if you don’t want to be? What if we are practising reluctant leadership? Because we know
Read More
figure with top half fading into mist

The Disappearing Trainer

With a sigh of relief and recognition, I enjoyed reading Robert Kržišnik’s blog post exploring our needs as trainers and facilitators. I aspire to be the kind of trainer who
Read More

NVC Dance Floors and Me

I use the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Dance Floors as one of the main tools I use to support learning and integration of NVC for myself, with others in teachings and
Read More
couple on upturned tree roots

Celebrating Entanglement

Listening to a talk given by Bayo Akomolafe earlier this month on overcoming our whiteness I enjoyed his use of the word entanglement and was reminded of the research about
Read More

Shona Cameron’s Blog

Shona Cameron MSc
Psychologist and International Trainer in Nonviolent Communication

Shona is an international Certified Trainer and Assessor for the Centre for Nonviolent Communication. She regularly works as a trainer and coach all over the world. She combines a background as a psychologist, a passion for exploring what makes us more compassionate with a deep love of science and the pragmatic. Let’s do what works!


Shona Cameron, Trainer & Coach in Nonviolent Communication
an orange

Feeling Numb?

Sometimes it’s hard to know what we are feeling. Have you noticed feeling numb? Even when emotions may be high or others talk about their feelings? I’ve talked many times
Read More
tea lights

Adventures in Spirituality

Similarly to many others bought up in England, I had an upbringing on the edges of The Church of England. As a family, we didn’t attend church and I wasn’t
Read More
graffiti of word revolution with love in red

The pressure to do BIG social change that’s paralysing action

I came to Nonviolent Communication and social change via my work in schools. I knew they could be places that people wanted to go to every day- but it would
Read More
sunset over water

Choosing Partnership over Domination

A blog I wrote, first published on Dian Killian’s website in April. We are co trainers on the Ireland IIT in October 2020. (Which finally happened in February 2022) I
Read More
stairway into mist

Fear of Others’ Reactions

In a group I facilitate, we explored an insight I  didn’t fully ‘get’ when I heard it from Marshall Rosenberg. One I’ve been struggling to integrate for many years,  It’s
Read More
woman on a swing

Rest as Resistance

Sad to say our trip to Spain was cancelled earlier this week. We had been looking forward to meeting all the staff at Cortijo Romero, meeting you all and to
Read More