South East

Jeanette is a Chartered Psychologist and accredited NVR Practitioner. For her PhD, she studied emotions from a social, physiological and neurological perspective. Since 2020, Jeanette has been using NVR as the main approach of support for families, specialising in emotion regulation and development of self. Jeanette is one of the Directors of NVR Psychology, which was established with her colleague Jemma to offer a practical and empowering approach to family support based on the theoretical strategies of NVR, developmental psychology theory, informed by trauma and grief. They offer online parent groups/individual support to families of children aged 0-18 across the UK experiencing challenges such as violent behaviour, diagnoses of ASD,PDA, ADHD, learning disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, mutism, selective mutism, anxieties, OCD, self-harm and eating disorders as well as working with families to alleviate the anxieties of starting school/ returning to school. NVR Psychology also offers support to SGOs, adoptive parents and foster carers and any parent who is interested in relational and connective parent skills.

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Since 2014, Jemma has been using NVR as the main approach of support for the families she works with, specialising in ASD, ADHD and PDA. Jemma is an accredited NVR Practitioner and Supervisor and has mentored several NVR practitioners as well as taught Youth Workers how to implement NVR within their youth work. Jemma began as a parent practitioner and offers compassionate insight into life before, during and after implementing NVR strategies in her own life. Jemma is one of the Directors of NVR Psychology, which was established with her colleague Jeanette to offer a practical and empowering approach to family support based on the theoretical strategies of NVR, developmental psychology theory, informed by trauma and grief. They offer online parent groups/individual support to families of children aged 0-18 across the UK experiencing challenges such as violent behaviour, diagnoses of ASD,PDA, ADHD, learning disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, mutism, selective mutism, anxieties, OCD, self-harm and eating disorders as well as working with families to alleviate the anxieties of starting school/ returning to school. NVR Psychology also offers support to SGOs, adoptive parents and foster carers and any parent who is interested in relational and connective parent skills.

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