Non-Violent Resistance (NVR)
Learn how to deal with violent situations with a non-aggressive approach. This course is relevant to schools, families and care organisations.
Non Violent Resistance (NVR) is an innovative form of systemic family therapy, which has been developed for aggressive, violent, controlling and self-destructive behaviour in children & young people.
This 3 day NVR programme provides a model of practice for professionals working with vulnerable children, young people and families to address agressive, controlling and coersive behaviours. The structured model of NVR taught promotes a boundaried, connective and therapeutic caring/parenting approach.
By the end of the course, participants will:
- Understand the context of an NVR approach within their workplace
- Have explored the NVR model and processes
- Have practiced NVR formulation for intervention
- Practice the use of de-escalation and self-regulation skills
- Developed skills in implementing an NVR support approach
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