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About Me

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I am a dynamic and nuanced Group Facilitator, Trainer and Coach in the realm of relationships, transforming conflict and stepping into conscious living.  


I meet individuals in their places of loss, pain and longing for a deeper connection to life.


I meet groups in the space that divide them to help them hear each other, to express themselves with care and to find a path forward together.


I help couples and families to come together for deeper more connected relationships, or when it is time, I help people to end chapters with each other and transition out of relationships or into new forms of relationship.

I offer in-depth training opportunities as well as accompaniment and Assessment for those pursuing the path of NVC Trainer.


What Experience Do I Draw From?

I am a Certified Trainer and Assessor with the International Centre for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC). I have a Masters Degree in Leadership and Training and a postgraduate certificate in International Leadership Development.

I am certified as an Executive Coach (2005) and a Conscious Uncoupling Coach (2022).


I draw on 20 years of innovative and transformative organizational development and leadership development work in the Canada, the USA, South America, Mexico and India.


I have walked many miles with Yukon First Nations, Government, non-profit organizations, and community leaders striving to make decisions together for the future of their surrounding natural world and their communities.


The projects that I’ve worked on have been complex and defined by the significance of the consequences and the range of different perspectives.

These days I am focused on offering experiences in empathic connection, collaborative community building and conscious living, with an interweaving of leadership, collaborative communication, conflict resolution and facilitation.

Skills and Qualifications

Who Do I Work With

I work with people who want to integrate conscious ways of interacting with themselves and others. 

Individuals seeking to align their ways of being in the world with their values and dreams of a consciously lived life.

Organizations building their capacity to make decisions, resolve misunderstandings, work through conflict and build their resilience and thriveability.

CNVC Trainer Candidates who have experienced the transformative effects of NVC and are wanting to share this with others.

Inner Bio

What Matters To ME

I am passionate about showing up in this world as an agent of positive change. I believe we face a crisis in our relationship to the earth and our relationship to each other. It is clear to me that what is needed for this is not the newest technology, strategic plan or government leader, but a shift in consciousness. A shift that takes place at the level of the general population.


I believe that people are capable of living lives of full emotional expression, authenticity, vitality, connection, meaning and purpose. During several decades of work on environmental management and social change initiatives, I saw the same patterns of disconnect and compromised decision-making repeat over and over again.


This shift in consciousness is an internal one. It involves self inquiry and connecting to the places of our greatest joys and our greatest pain.


Embodied awareness and practice is a key component and I weave this in to all of my offerings. What I lead flows from the distilled practices of yoga, dance and experience of somatic awareness while mediating high conflict situations.


Supporting individuals seeking certification with CNVC and through NVC training opportunities is the most powerful offering I feel like I can make towards building peace and well-being on our planet.


Angela can be found slowly exploring hidden pockets in nature and catching hold of spontaneous adventures world wide.  


These bodies of ours are both vessels that carry us through life and they are also the instrument that informs us on what matters to us, what touches us, what enrages us and what brings us joy.


Honing the use of our instruments is a life long practice of over-riding inherited beliefs of how we 'should' feel. And instead embracing how we DO feel.


For me, this has involved  yoga, qi gong, energy medicine, dance, healing touch, breath work and time in nature.


Practices of embodiment connects me with my essential self and lets me communicate with my inner callings and whispers.



Unexpected Info

NVC Personal Journey

NVC entered my life in 2004. At the time, I thought of NVC as a set of skills that would help me support clients as an organizational development consultant and facilitator. I remember the delight I had about the shifts I was able to make in mediating conflict and was surprised how this applied at home too!


I did not imagine then that NVC would transform my life and my closest relationships.

Nor that it would lead me to my role in teaching NVC and supporting new NVC Trainers.


When my boys were toddlers, I found myself questioning life.


At the time, I was thriving as a private business owner; facilitating complex inter-governmental decision-making in the Yukon. I was an active member of my community. I enjoyed wilderness adventures with family and friends. I had a cozy little house that I loved.


And yet, I experienced a longing for something deeper in my life.


NVC met me and elevated the way I: parent, show up for friends, approach social change and integrate my life and work. It was a radical experience of self discovery and aligning my way of showing up with my spiritual beliefs.


I was never one to subscribe to any single modality or way of doing things. I enjoy independent, innovative thinking. And yet, I have found a passion for NVC that led to my dedication to sharing it with others.

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