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Training Nonviolent resistance: Advanced

Curriculum with
Dr. Irit Schorr-Sapir, Tal Fisher & Dr. Philip Streit

Nonviolent resistance is becoming more and more popular. In the meantime, it’s used and implemented in schools, municipalities, socio-pedagogical and socio-therapeutic institutions, educational institutions and corporations. Parents, educators and teachers everywhere adapt this pedagogical style and have a lot of success with it! Schools, for example, register a drastic decline in cases of skipping school on a regular basis, mobbing and other dysfunctional behaviour. The concept of nonviolent resistance, which was originally described by Haim Omer, is among other things, based on the social-political ideas and practice of the nonviolent resistance of Mahatma Ghandi. Originally it was intended to be used by families in which the conflict between parents and their kids with behavioural problems escalates and the parental presence is lost. During the development of the concept it was more and more clear that this would rather be a systemic concept, used not only by the core family.

NVR can be used in a manifold of contexts. This is what the advanced course is all about. You will learn how the concept of NVR is used for schools, institutions and foster families and how it is used at management level and in municipalities. Also you will hear how recently NVR is used at the treatment of anxiety and hyper activity.  After the course you will also receive a certificate. Graduates of the Basic and Advanced course are certified advisors of NVR enabled by the NVR School and the Akademie für Kind,  Jugend und Famile.

Not only can you use NVR but you can also advise your peers.

Following topics will be discussed in theory and practice

• NVR and school

• NVR and foster families

• NVR in municipalities

• NVR in leadership

• NVR and anxiety, obsessions and hyper activity

 

Details

DATE:
19. – 22. November 2018
PRICE: (incl. VAT.)
Advanced 700,- deferred payment possible
LOCATION:
IPPM (Institution of Positive Psychology and
Mentalcoaching)
Walter-Goldschmidt-Gasse 25, 8042 Graz
INFORMATION & ACCOUNTING:
+43 699 160 300 50
+43 699 160 300 40
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allowable as subject-specific qualification
TIME:
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
ONLINE ACCOUNTING 

 

Referenten

irit sapir Dr. Irit Schorr-Sapir clinical psychologist, principal and co-founder (together with Haim Omer) of the “NVR School”, director of the ADHD-NVR clinic “Schneider Children’s Medical Centre of Israel”, has been a close colleague over the last 15 years of Haim Omer, developed the NVR with him, published some NVR treatment models for pupils that skip school regularly and ADHD children, she is senior supervisor and trainer for the use of NVR and Na in Israel and Europe, she is a postgraduate at the university of Tel Aviv.
Tal Fisher Tal Fisher psychologist, M.A. certificate for clinical psychology at the university of Tel Aviv, certified host, his thesis was about “routine vigilant care (RVC)” an was used for a chapter in Haim Omer’s new book, he used to teach in the “Schneider Children’s Medical Centre” at the moment he’s working in the field of student counselling at the Technion and also works for the educational-psychological service in Tel Aviv.
Dr. Philip Streit clinical and health psychologist, psychotherapist, CEO of the institute and academy for children, youth and family, co-founder of the institute of positive psychology and mental coaching, coordinator for Seligman Europe, member of the IPPA Board of directors, member Founders Group NVR, training NVR with Haim Omer, gives lectures on NVR since 2011, various publications
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