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Marshall Rosenberg

 

Marshall Rosenberg

Marshall B. Rosenberg
Rosenberg lecturing in Nonviolent Communication workshop, Neve Shalom ~ Wahat al-Salam, Israel (1990)
Born (1934-10-06)October 6, 1934
Canton, Ohio, U.S.
Died February 7, 2015(2015-02-07) (aged 80)
Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
Residence Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
Nationality American
Alma mater University of Wisconsin–Madison (Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology in 1961)
Occupation Psychologist
Author
Known for Nonviolent Communication

Marshall Rosenberg (October 6, 1934 – February 7, 2015) was an American psychologist. He was the creator of

  • Center For Nonviolent Communication
  • Compassion Voice Swiss-based Certified NVC Service in English and German. Founder trained by Marshall Rosenberg and Robert Gonzales.
  • Big Picture TV Free video clip of Marshall Rosenberg discussing Nonviolent Communication
  • Interview with Marshall Rosenberg at the Wayback Machine (archived February 13, 2005) about Nonviolent Communication in close relationships
  • PuddleDancer Press: the main publisher of Nonviolent Communication related works
  • Vintage 1993 video of a Dr. Marshall Rosenberg TV appearance in Tucson, Arizona
  • Giving from the heart Excerpt from the book Nonviolent Communication: A language of life
  • Wiki for Nonviolent Communication
  • Marshall Rosenberg Library
  • Marshall Rosenberg video clips on youtube
  • TruceWorks A conflict resolution website influenced by his Nonviolent Communication Theory

External links

  1. ^ Life History Studies of Committed Lives, Vol. 3, Chapter 7, Marshall Rosenberg. Witty, Marjorie C. 1990 UMI Dissertation Information Service, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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References

  • (2012) Living Nonviolent Communication: Practical Tools to Connect and Communicate Skillfully in Every Situation. (288 pages; compilation of prior short works) Sounds True. ISBN 978-1604077872
  • (2005) Being Me, Loving You: A Practical Guide to Extraordinary Relationships. (80 pages) ISBN 978-1892005168
  • (2005) Practical Spirituality: The Spiritual Basis of Nonviolent Communication. (32 pages) ISBN 978-1892005144
  • (2005) Speak Peace in a World of Conflict: What You Say Next Will Change Your World. (240 pages) Encinitas, CA: PuddleDancer Press. ISBN 1-892005-17-4
  • (2005) The Surprising Purpose of Anger: Beyond Anger Management: Finding the Gift. (48 pages) ISBN 978-1892005151
  • (2004) Getting Past the Pain Between Us: Healing and Reconciliation Without Compromise. (48 pages) ISBN 978-1892005076
  • (2004) The Heart of Social Change: How to Make a Difference in Your World. (45 pages) ISBN 978-1892005106
  • (2004) Raising Children Compassionately: Parenting the Nonviolent Communication Way. (48 pages) ISBN 978-1892005090
  • (2004) Teaching Children Compassionately: How Students and Teachers Can Succeed with Mutual Understanding (41 pages) ISBN 978-1892005113
  • (2004) We Can Work It Out: Resolving Conflicts Peacefully and Powerfully. (32 pages) ISBN 978-1892005120
  • (2003) Life-Enriching Education: NVC Helps Schools Improve Performance, Reduce Conflict and Enhance Relationships. (192 pages) Encinitas, CA: PuddleDancer Press. ISBN 1-892005-05-0
  • (2003) Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. (222 pages) Second Edition. Encinitas, CA: PuddleDancer Press. ISBN 1-892005-03-4
  • (1986) Duck Tales and Jackal Taming Hints. Booklet. (Out of Print)
  • (1983) A Model for Nonviolent Communication. (35 pages) Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers. ISBN 0865710295
  • (1973) Mutual Education: Toward Autonomy and Interdependence. Bernie Straub Publishing Co. (Out of Print) ISBN 0-87562-040-X
  • (1968) Diagnostic Teaching Special Child Publications (Out of Print) ISBN 0-87562-013-2

Bibliography

  • 2014: Hero and Champion of Forgiveness Award [1]
  • 2006: Bridge of Peace Nonviolence Award from the Global Village Foundation
  • 2005: Light of God Expressing in Society Award from the Association of Unity Churches
  • 2004: Religious Science International Golden Works Award
  • 2004: International Peace Prayer Day Man of Peace Award by the Healthy, Happy Holy (3HO) Organization
  • 2000: International Listening Association Listener of the Year Award

Awards

According to Albert Ellis, Ted Crawford, who wrote a book Making Intimate Connections with Ellis, "particularly liked the anger-resisting philosophy of Marshall Rosenberg and made presentations on it."[4]

Reception

While Rosenberg is most well known for his work with conflict resolution through his system of "life-serving" Nonviolent Communication (NVC), he has also made education reform a major component of his work.

Education

In 1961, Rosenberg received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison where he studied under Carl Rogers[2] and in 1966 was awarded Diplomate status in clinical psychology from the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. He lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the Center for Nonviolent Communication's office is located. He died at home on February 7th, 2015.[3]

Rosenberg was born in Canton, Ohio. His parents, Jean (Weiner) Rosenberg and Fred Rosenberg, moved to Detroit, Michigan one week prior to the race riots of 1943. He graduated from Cooley High School in Detroit.

Biography

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Education 2
  • Reception 3
  • Awards 4
  • Bibliography 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

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