Coaching & Support

Book time for yourself

If you need more support with your course, please schedule an appointment for an individual phone or Skype session with one of our course leaders or coaches.

Personal Support

Book time for yourself

It may be that during the course you are still unclear about certain aspects of NVC, or that questions arise for which you need more explanation than what the course book or your fellow students offer. Or, it may be that you’d like  a coaching or empathy session related to a challenging situation in your personal or professional life.

In either case, we encourage you to use the “Appointment Planner” link on this page to schedule an appointment for an individual phone or Skype session with one of our course leaders or coaches.

The Appointment Planner

A request related to the appointment planning

Between the planning of an appointment and the actual appointment, unforeseen events might occur that hinder you from honoring the agreed-upon appointment time. If this happens, please let us know – by email or phone – and we shall jointly seek an alternative time.

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How It Works

A session of 45 minutes can take place via phone or Skype. Please state your preference when booking a session. If you choose Skype, please give us your Skype ID.

You can book a session in 4 simple and easy steps:

STEP 1: Service

  • Choose a category
  • Choose a service
  • Choose a coach/guide
  • Choose a date
  • Choose preferred start and end time
  • Confirm your choice by clicking on NEXT

STEP 2: Time

  • Choose the time slot and confirm it by clicking the arrow on the right.

STEP 3: Contact details

  • Fill in your name, telephone number, e-mail address, and a brief outline of the situation or issue you wish to talk about.

STEP 4: Payment

  • Choose your payment method.

STEP 5: Ready

  • A confirmation e-mail with all the relevant information is sent to the e-mail address provided above.

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