Welcome to NVR Fusion. We offer Non Violent Resistance(NVR) training to individuals and organisations including Residential Units and Adoption and Fostering agencies. NVR is an approach with its roots in the civil rights movement which has been developed to raise presence, create active resistance campaigns and assist parents and professionals to respond strategically to distressed/distressing behaviour.
All our training is delivered to NVR UK Accredited Standards. Please see our SERVICES page for more information about the courses we offer and pricing. We are a small, passionate team of professionals who pride ourselves on delivering services that are relevant and relationship based.
Here’s What We Provide
What is Non Violent Resistance ?
NVR is a relational approach to deal with distressed or distressing behaviour in homes or other settings.
It was initially developed to manage child to adult violence but it has since been used to manage distress in
children and young people who have ASD, ADHD, Anxiety, school refusal etc.
We have been using NVR successfully for a number of years in various contexts.
Bespoke, in house training is available for parents, professionals or organisations at three different levels. Level 1 training is foundational and provides general awareness of NVR. Level 2 training demonstrates how NVR can be adapted and promotes a deeper understanding of the core principles of NVR. Level 3 training is work based practice that is supported and supervised by us.
NVR supervision can be provided to support practitioners and to develop their skills when supporting individuals, families or using NVR in other settings. 6 hours of supervision annually is required to maintain continued registration with NVR UK. Supervision can be undertaken online or in person with a maximum of 6 people per session.
NVR parent groups support parents to repair relationships, increase their presence and actively resist behaviours which are problematic, Parent groups are offered online or in person, they last for approximately 8 weeks. In parent groups parents are supported to explore what is behind the behaviour, how to de-escalate the behaviour and how to rebuild and repair relationships. Contact us for more infomation about upcoming groups in your area.
Want to learn more about our services? Contact us today.
This is our team: Brigitte Short, Lisa Henderson, Fiona Williams and Ciara Briggs. We are HCPC registered
educational psychologists based in Scotland who are trained and registered with NVR UK.
We look forward to meeting with you and discussing your training and supervision needs.
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