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Aya Caspi

Aya Caspi
I have led Convergent Facilitation processes in a variety of settings including at a high school to create a new tardiness policy, with a family of four siblings deciding how to distribute a parent’s estate, at a theater in deciding how to navigate rehearsals for a play and within my own family. I have taught Convergent Facilitation with the NVC Academy and in China (via Zoom). I love Convergent Facilitation because it transforms both coercion and consensus and allows for effectivity and inclusion to happen simultaneously.
I am a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication based in Grass Valley, CA. I have dedicated myself to applying radical, uncompromising nonviolence in every small detail of life, starting with the ongoing laboratory of my family, including my three children. I continually grapple with the joys and challenges of being raised in Israel and find deep meaning and hope in applying NVC to the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its effect on the regional community.
I have worked in settings as varied as BayNVC Leadership program, schools [1], family and business coaching and mediation, couple counseling, and promoting Israeli-Palestinian dialogue.
I have been teaching Nonviolent Communication over the past 13 years via online classes, workshops and retreats in the US and around the world.  Find out more at  www.cnvc.org/profile/3192  

Learn about a CF process that I lead at Ghidotti High School in this 13-minute video.

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