The way PartnershipProjects have assembled the training is great. It shows how much care they have put in and their trainers’ commitment to share this invaluable piece of knowledge is brilliant. All of them are very experienced, knowledgeable and approachable.

Probably the most enjoyable part of the training is the coherence between the way it is designed and the NVR principles: it’s not about learning a technique but immersing ourselves in the non-violent resistance way of thinking; it’s not only about going back home with a newfound learning to add to our toolkit but to have created an opportunity to share our experience with other people who can immediately become part of our support network. It’s also about raising our presence as practitioners by dedicating most of the time to practice, practice and practice.

Octavio Leon
Family Therapist


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