Applications and illustrations of nonviolent resistance and the new authorithy in family therapy, educations and psychiatric care.

Frank Van Holen (Redacteur), Johan Vanderfaeillie (Redacteur), Annik Lampo (Redacteur)

Onderzoeksoutput: Book

Samenvatting

Inspired by Ghandi, Haim Omer brought the nonviolent resistance doctrine to Flanders in 2007, introducing high moral standards and nearly a way of living into psychotherapy. The NVR attitude starts with the assumption that nonviolent resistance is a way of facing problematic behaviour without aggression and a way to restore mutual respect. Especially in those difficult parent-child relationships where negative escalations are common, parental presence needs to be strong and clear, positive and loving. NVR and the NA are about taking up responsibility and "being there", steady as a rock. This approach showed itself to be successful and was transposed to other fields such as education, child psychiatry, community, etc. This volume describes a number of applications and illustrations of Nonviolent Resistance (NVR) and the New Authority (NA) in family therapy, education and psychiatric care.
Originele taal-2English
UitgeverijVUBPress
Aantal pagina's86
ISBN van geprinte versie978-90-5487-839-1
StatusPublished - 2011

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