Pam Orbach

(Independent Trainer)

Pam Orbach

The epiphany moment in my life was discovering Nonviolent Communication (NVC). Experiencing my own profound transformation resulted in new meaning and purpose: 

To support the accessibility of NVC consciousness and practice in the world – a paradigm shift – involving increased self-awareness, authentic communication, and integrity in action and decision-making.

I currently consult with and support businesses, organizations, educational institutions, families, couples and individuals to achieve the vision of what they can fully be. Nonviolent communication and restorative justice principals and practices are the heart of all my work.

To see more of who I am, what I bring to the work, as well current clients and testimonials, please click this link:

I am excited about the potential of working and learning with you.

Upcoming Trainings

Wed, Apr 26, 2017

This training will run for 6 Wednesdays 4/26 to 5/31 from 7pm-9pm
Communicating and Connecting with Compassion - An Intro level course (Pam Orbach) (Greenwood NW Seattle)

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new sights, but in looking with new eyes." Marcel Proust. In these confusing times, there is a search to both be different and do things differently. This 6 week Wednesday evening intro to communicating and connecting with compassion is a response to a number of requests. Will you join the journey- we will learn and explore together?

Sat, Apr 29, 2017

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Introduction to Restorative Justice and Restorative Circles (Pam Orbach) (St Marks Cathedral, Capital Hill)

A one-day experiential workshop exploring restorative justice through an individual and community lens.

Fri, Jun 2, 2017

10:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Medicine for HATE (Pam Orbach) (Redmond Regional Library)

"When hate becomes respectable, then it is particularly dangerous." Harold Thurman. Do you feel powerless when you hear hate speech, or witness acts of hate? - Are you struggling to find a way to engage with current political polarization at the dinner table? - Is there disconnection from people you care about, because their views are difficult to hear? Please join this interactive exploratory conversation to tap into our own experiences and find wisdom about the medicine for hate (inspired by conversation with Kit Miller, Director of the Gandhi Institute of Nonviolence in Rochester New York).