Information on NVR
What is NVR? Flyer
Increasingly, professionals in child mental health found that traditional therapies were ineffective for dealing with serious behaviour problems in children and young people, such as aggression and violence, running away, truanting, stealing, drug-taking, criminal involvement and putting themselves at serious risk in dangerous environments outside the family home.
Context Magazine April 2014
Context, the magazine for family therapy and systemic practice, covers news and views on issues of concern to all professional groups working with children and families in a therapeutic environment.
In April 2014 it dedicated the issue to Non Violent Resistance. Many of our associates contributed to its content.
Executive Summary: Non Violent Resistance – a systemic treatment for harmful, destructive and self-destructive behaviours.
Non Violent Resistance (NVR) is a multi-modal systemic, family- and community-based form of intervention for serious behaviour problems in young people, for harmful and self-destructive behaviour, for self-harm, anxiety disorders and for entitled dependency of younger adults upon their parents.
Information guide: adolescent to parent violence and abuse (APVA)
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