Training Update through WRDATF

The WRDATF Child to Parent Violence and Abuse Training for the 1st and 2nd of March 2017 is fully booked out. There is a chance that this training will be offered again later in the year. Please follow the link below to complete the General Training Booking Form and return it to WRDATF who will follow up with those on the list.

CPV Seminar as part of WRDATF Awareness Week 2016

Child to Parent Violence and Abuse in the context of Substance Misuse will be discussed next month in Galway. Click once on each image to learn more.

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NVR International Conference- May 2016

The conference theme is “this is how we do NVR“ – with a special emphasis on showing and sharing practices from our daily work, methods, and ideas and the bridge from NVR to attachment, mentalization and the involvement of the child, adolescent and family and other important systems.

The conference will take place at Scandic Triangel, Malmo, on the 25th to 27th of May 2016

Confirmed speakers:
Pre conference, 25th of may 2016, 9am-4pm:

Eia Asen and Haim Omer

 A special pre conference workshop from 1630-1745 Denise Wilson & Margaret Smith:
A New Vision on Relationships: NVR within an integrated approach to working with Attachment in Southampton UK Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAHMS)

 Keynote speakers at the conference 26-27th of may 2016, 9am-5pm:

Haim Omer, Israel
Idan Amiel, Israel
Peter Jakob, Uk
Uri weinblatt, Israel
Frank Van Holen, Belgium
Paul Johansen, Sweden & NIna Boelsgaard & Rikke Lyngdam, Denmark

For more information see the link:

Register Now for NVR Training in Galway

Register now for the Family Therapy Association of Ireland (FTAI) organised training on Child to Parent Violent and the Non-Violent Resistance programme.

NVR Training Feb 2016


Registration Form for Training in Galway on the 25th and 26th of February 2016. Register now to secure your place.

Registration form Feb 2016

New Trainings in NVR

Since the RCPV Project ended in January 2015 five more two day trainings in CPV and NVR have taken place in Ireland. The trainings were held in Dublin, Donegal, Kildare and Galway. Many more practitioners are now aware of CPV and can use NVR to assist their clients.

Talk held in Cork City Hall

A talk organised by the Cork Family Support Network and the Cork City Partnership was held in Cork City Hall on the 22nd of October. This seminar was for practitioners that wanted to learn more about Child to Parent Violence and the Non-Violent Resistance programme. An article about the seminar in the Irish Examiner can be seen here: Irish Examiner Oct 2015

RCPV Material Now Available

The end of project reports and research findings are now available on the website. A selection can also be found on this website.

International Training Programme

More information on the International Training Programme in Non Violent Resistance and New Authority in Israel from the 6th-12th October 2015 can be found on Haim Omer’s website here. There will be training in the Basic and Advanced Module.

End of RCPV Project

Thanks to the colleagues, practitioners and families who were involved with and supported the Daphne EU co-funded Responding to Child to Parent Violence Project 2013-15 which is now complete. The practitioners handbooks/ toolkits, the research questionnaires and the reports produced as part of the project will soon be available to download at and this website. Thanks again!

RCPV European Perspectives Conference Next Week

The RCPV Child to Parent Violence: European Perspectives Conference is on the 28th and 29th January 2015 in Brighton England. More information can be found on the Brighton RCPV Conference page of this website or go to the project website for more information.

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