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So many of us have been educated to “keep the peace” at great cost to our authenticity and power.

Even with your NVC experience so far…are you leaving things “unsaid”?

What might be possible if you were to unlock the limitations that hinder you leading with greater courage, compassion and authenticity as you share your message as an advocate of peace?

Let Kaz show you the ripple effect of being more connected to your inner state of power and potential today, rather than ‘someday’… discover more of the WONDER being you as you AMPLIFY your MESSAGE for peace and wellbeing with NVC-aligned approaches to sharing your work in the world.

Connect with Kaz to learn 3 Daily Habits that will shift the dial on your practice of Nonviolent Communication.

The 3 Daily Habits are a combination of NVC needs awareness and wellbeing neuroscience… supporting the realisation of your natural states of Compassion, Gratitude and Generosity in the brain… so you’re in the STATE OF BEING to be able to apply Marshall Rosenberg’s NVC.

  • So often our own nervous system is too unsettled to bring true warmth and effectiveness to our communication even when we have the best of intentions.

Book with Kaz Today for a complimentary session to learn the 3 Daily Habits and how you can apply them straight away today. At the end of the session you will have the option of hearing more about Kaz’s Community of Practice if that feels alive for you.



Kaz says our culturally-inherited “self-repression” leaves us feeling overwhelmed and saddened, with thoughts of missed opportunities and “un-lived potential” each day in relating with ourselves and others.

“Our culture insists that good ‘healthy people’ don’t get angry and depressed… often leading to feelings of shame and a lack of practice with our bigger feelings, which inhibits access to our deeper wisdom and potential”.

Kaz says it was her longing for a deeper sense of authenticity and aliveness as a parent, partner, adult daughter and carer for a family member with unprocessed grief/addiction issues that raised the bar on her commitment to her own state of being, so she could APPLY NVC in her life not just advocate for it.

In 2021 Kaz was a speaker at the Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference on the power of Nonviolent Communication to shift patterns of shame and blame and bring more compassion and understanding to addiction recovery.

Kaz supports the Nonviolent Communication Community across Australia in her volunteer role as “Community Development Coordinator”.

Kaz lives in Melbourne on the land of the Wurundjeri people and works with clients across the country on zoom.

Link below to Kaz’s socials and booking calendar.


Kaz is a Community Trainer
this means she is not registered with the Centre for NVC in America. Here is her list of Australian-based NVC trainings and experience as a reassurance and testimonials below.

Participant – NVC Introduction Session with Jim Lord 2009
Participant – Foundation Training with Dorset Campbell-Ross 2009
Volunteer Assistant – Foundation Training & One-Day trainings with Cherie Scott, Certified Trainer 2010 x 3

Host/Facilitator – NVC practice group 12 months 2010-2011 

Retreat Participant – Robert Gonzales Australian Residential Retreat March 2011

Participant – Training with Mel Sears June 2011 

Guest Speaker – Nonviolence event Melbourne 11.11.2011

Facilitator – NVC Parenting program  – 10 weeks July – Sept 2011

Participant – Weekend Training ZENVC with Catherine Cadden & Jessie Weins April 2012

Participant – Weekend Training in Restorative Justice with John Cunningham & Cat Gilliam July 2012
Facilitator – Parent’s fortnightly NVC Empathy Circle at Collingwood College school (4 terms 2012)
Co-facilitator – Compassionate Parenting Day training 2012 with Alistair McKinnon 

Assistant Trainer – Foundation Trainings with Chez Scott 2012
Participant – “IIT” NVC International Intensive Training 10 days Queensland 2013
Event Host – Global Internet Conference for NVC Community with 3 days of panels and presentations 2014

Co-founder – NVC MELBOURNE with Certified Trainers Chez Scott & Alistair McKinnon 2014-2016
Co-facilitator – NVC Foundation Trainings (various) 2014 – 2016
Facilitator – Compassionate Wellbeing Program for Entrepreneurs 2016

Facilitator – NVC & Yoga collaboration 2017

Founder – Wise Women Rising, empathy and practical support for women creating workshops in their purpose work 2018 – 2020

Founder – Activate Wellbeing 2016 – Present, coaching sessions in applied compassionate communication to personal development, leadership, creativity, human potential and small business wellbeing.
Volunteer, (2022 – Present, Part-time) Community Development Officer – Nonviolent Communication Community in Australia.

Contact Details

Mobile: 0433 153 536

Trainings offered by Kaz T-Anderson

Online and In-Person Speaking & Workshops “3 Daily Habits”

Online 1 hr minimum: Price on Request.
Fee Negotiable based on Mutual Needs.

In-Person 2 hrs minimum: Priced as above plus travel.


Private sessions

Coaching Sessions

Minimum Package of 3 sessions. Price Based on a Sliding Scale depending on Your Circumstances and Mutual Needs.



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