Haim Omer: Renowned International Speaker on Non Violent Resistance (NVR) comes to London in October
A unique opportunity to learn from Haim Omer, the renowned international speaker and leading proponent of Non Violent Resistance (NVR) as a therapeutic approach
Haim Omer is professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Tel Aviv. Author of many books including: The New Authority: family, school, community; Non Violent Resistance. A new approach to violent and self-destructive children; and together with Nahi Alon, The Psychology of Demonization, as well as together with Eli Lebowitz co-author of Treating Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety.
NVR: Anchoring function of attachment and New Authority
9 October 2014
Venue: ACAMH, London
Cost: £145 + VAT
Masterclass with Haim Omer
10th October 2014
Venue: ACAMH, London
Cost: £145 + VAT
SPECIAL OFFER: Book Both Workshops for Reduced Rate
Cost: £220 + VAT
More Information at: www.PartnershipProjectsUK.com
Developed by Haim Omer and his team, Non Violent Resistance (NVR) is a new, innovative approach to dealing with aggressive, harmful and self-destructive behaviour. Deriving its methods from the principles of raising parental presence, de-escalation and reconciliation, NVR promotes constructive resistance to harmful behaviour, while seeking to support adults in reconnecting with their child and developing a non-punitive yet strong parental position.
A very warm Thank You to all who attended and helped to make the Daphne RCPV Child to Parent Violence: Innovations in Practice, Policy and Research international conference a huge success. We especially would like to thank all speakers, volunteers, and RCPV partners. Thanks again and please stay in touch through http://www.rcpv.eu and http://www.cpvireland.ie.
The conference programme including the parallel sessions and workshop information is now posted on the website. We have also posted information about our speakers including their hopes for the conference.
The Irish Association of Social Workers (IASW) has approved 9 CPD points for attending the conference on the 12th and 13th June 2014. We will have certificates available for anyone wishing to avail of this opportunity. We are grateful to the IASW for its recognition of the standard of speakers and information that will be presented.
with financial support from the DAPHNE programme of the European Union
Child to Parent Violence: Innovations in Practice, Policy & Research
12-13 June 2014
Registration and Abstract due dates to follow
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Eddie Gallagher, Social Worker, Family Therapist & creator of ‘Who’s in Charge?’ programme Melbourne, Australia.
Dr. Paula Wilcox, Principal Investigator, DAPHNE Responding to Child to Parent Violence (RCPV), School of applied Social Science, University of Brighton.
Michelle Pooley, DAPHNE RCPV Co-Ordinator, Brighton & Hove, Brighton & Hove City Council, England.
Rita O’Reilly, CEO, Parentline Ireland.
Professor Caroline McGregor, School of Political Science & Sociology, NUI Galway, Ireland.
Professor Bríd Featherstone, Social Care, Open University, England.
This ground-breaking international conference will cover the emerging problem of child to parent violence (CPV) in the family home for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and families.
More and more parents are talking about their experiences of abuse at the hands of their children and adolescents. The abuse comes in the form of intimidation, aggression, verbal abuse, financial abuse and physical violence. Practitioners, researchers and policy makers are increasingly faced with the challenges of responding to CPV.
This conference will give you the opportunity to explore the subject in a relevant and innovative way, hearing from a range of both international and national speakers.
Who Will Attend: Social Workers* Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service Practitioners* Children, Youth and Family Services Practitioners* Counselors* Psychologists* Family Therapists* Family Support Workers* Gardai* Probation Officers* Juvenile Liaison Officers* Juvenile Justice Service Providers* Women’s Refuge and Advice Centres Practitioners* Social Care Professionals* Academics and Researchers* Health Service Executive Managers* Parents/ Carers* Parent/Carers Support Groups* Children and Family NGO Networks* Women/Men’s NGO Networks* Human Rights Groups* Government Departments and Agencies* Legal Professionals* Anyone who has an interest in the field of child to parent violence.