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Introducing: 'NVR and Adoption’
Online 121 and monthly group sessions to help adoptive families and the practitioners working with them understand and use NVR approaches in their daily lives. Opportunities to discuss how the approaches work in individual situations and reminders about how essential self care and supporters are!
To read more and register visit their website
Forthcoming training and course dates by NVRnorthampton.
10-week online Foundation Level Training for Professionals starts on Tuesday, 16th January 2024.
Online NVR ‘Beginner’s Mind’ course for parents, foster carers and adopters, starts on Monday, 8th January 2024.
'NVR Special Interest Groups (SPIG)'
PartnershipProjects will be hosting Special Interest Groups (SPIG) for Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) professionals to attend each month, free of charge.
NVR Hubs is an organisation connecting communities of NVR Practitioners across the UK and beyond. If you’re an NVR Practitioner and would like to become a part of this, then visit their website to find out more, it is completely free of charge.
Click below to visit their social media pages.
Anderida Adolescent Care
Become a ReAttach Therapist: A three day training workshop.
ReAttach is a form of non-talking therapy and provides clinicians with a new technique that effectively helps clients with trauma and self-limiting beliefs.
Taking place on 19th, 20th & 21st April 2024 in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
To find our more, visit the Anderida Care website.