Elisabeth is a qualified NVR Therapist, trainer and supervisor with more than 15 years of experience in providing NVR services in Child and Adult Mental Health, Local Authority and School contexts. Her particular interests are parent participation and group work delivery.
NVR Practitioner / 245 views
NVR Action and Practice CIC is a London based social enterprise company providing bespoke Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) programmes for local community agencies (CAMHS, Social care, Voluntary and Education) individual professionals and parents with lived experience of NVR inside and outside of London. Our Associate members have experience working together to design, plan, run and supervise NVR parenting groups, mentoring, hosting conferences and professional trainings and supervision. We consult to organisations to help them improve experience and success of deliver culturally appropriate NVR training to their community.
NVR Practitioner / 94 views
I have been practicing NVR since 2008 and am a founding member of NVR UK, currently acting as Chair. I am highly experienced in both group and individual NVR practice and have been training NVR practitioners since 2014 in health, social care, educational and youth work settings. My special areas of interest are NVR in schools and helping to develop parent and practitioner networks. I love the way NVR is coming to be called 'connecting authority'; a New Vision on Relationships.
NVR Practitioner / 279 views / Featured
Sue Dromey has worked in the field of fostering and adoption for some 40 years as an integrative child psychotherapist, NVR Practitioner, supervisor, drama therapist, trainer, guardian ad litem and social worker. She recently retired from practice manager from the child and family service PAC-UK(family Action), having worked there for 20 years. She continues as an Associate, within PAC-UK NVR team. PAC-UK is an independent Adoption supporting agency with offices in Leeds, Liverpool and London. We reach out to individuals, families and professionals from the Scottish borders to the south coast. Sue is part of the PAC-UK team who developed the child to parent violence project under a DfE grant. The NVR team at PAC-UK have been successfully running face to face groups in different regions for some 7 years. We are able to offer online groups for adoptive parents and special guardians, across the UK. Adoptive parents and special guardians (if the child has spent a period of time in the care system can access the adoption support fund through their local social workers. There is a rolling program of groups with more being planned for the future.
NVR Practitioner / 276 views