Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) interventions were initially developed 20 years ago by Haim Omer as part of a parent-training approach for helpless parents. Ever since, the approach has evolved into a comprehensive therapeutic model, helping various caregivers (e.g. parents, foster carers, teachers, psychiatric staff) to respond constructively and effectively to a wide range of child problems.
The NVR approach is today being implemented, adapted and developed further for a large array of clinical, educational and pedagogical contexts. It is studied and researched in therapeutic and academic institutions worldwide.
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