News from Non-violent Resistance and Parental Presence
Uri Weinblatt, Dr. phil.; Klinischer Psychologe, Direktor des Marot-Familientherapie-Zentrums in Israel.
While Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) and the parental presence model were originally developed as therapeutic models to regulate power in the family they are becoming viewed more and more as approaches for regulating emotions in the family.
The workshop will present new and exciting advances made in the practice of NVR and the parental presence models:
- The use of NVR with avoidant adolescents (school refusal, computer addiction, social withdrawal).
- How to reduce parental fighting during sessions and how to help parents become an effective emotional regulating team
- Advances in the use of the Sit-in: How to tailor it to different children and how parents can communicate with the child effectively during the intervention
- Therapeutic use of apologies
- How to include the child during the parent training process
The Seminar will be held in English. Translations of essential text passages will be provided if needed.
|Ort:||Ausbildungsinstitut für systemische Therapie und Beratung Meilen, Stockerstrasse 45, 8002 Zürich|
|TeilnehmerInnen:||Therapeutisch/beraterisch Tätige aus vielfältigen Kontexten|