CNVC-Certified Trainers in India
At present, we have four CNVC Certified Trainers, and many more Certification Candidates preparing themselves to become Trainers.
L’aura Joy is a Certified Trainer in Nonviolent Communication (CNVC, USA), and since 2007 she has been working in the fields of communication, conflict resolution and justice, healing, decision-making and leadership.
Having grown up in Auroville, an international intentional community in Tamil Nadu, India, L'aura is passionate about exploring how we can live our lives in empowered and co-creative ways. In addition to NVC, L'aura is also trained in Restorative Circles and Sociocracy, and she applies these approaches to her work with justice and governance in Auroville.
Ranjitha Jeurkar has several years of experience in the media and communications industry. She brings her understanding from these experiences into the work she does with individuals, groups and organizations. Ranjitha is a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication.
Sudha Shankar has been working in the areas of communication and healing; she has experience in teaching in schools; has been an editor in national and international organizations; practises hypnotherapy and uses energy healing methods, to help bring about wholeness and wellness.
Straddling both these worlds – communication and healing – is Nonviolent Communication (NVC). She is a Certified Trainer in NVC with the Center for Nonviolent Communication and her passion is to share NVC and attempt to live the consciousness from moment to moment. She is convinced that this compassionate approach to connecting with oneself and interacting with the outside world is also a process that can bring about deep healing, awareness, understanding and change. She uses NVC in her clinical work, NGOs, schools and universities. She has conducted NVC trainings in several cities in India, as well as in Bangladesh and Nepal.