Stay up to date with the latest training, events & information!
We will never share your details with anyone else, and we definitely don’t do spam! You can always unsubscribe at any time if you’re no longer interested.
Welcome the home page for Professionals
I’m passionate about the NVR approach, both from a parenting perspective and the wider perspective.
Working with parents over the last few years I’ve seen the impact this approach can have on families and I am keen to spread the word amongst those working with parents.
There is a bit of a myth floating around that NVR is purely for those experiencing violence from their children and/or only for older children.
This simply isn’t the case. Without a doubt NVR can be very effective in these situations, but I work with many families with young children and those who are not experiencing violence and see very positive results.
NVR is an approach to parenting that supports the parents and helps to build connection between the parent and child. It can work for anyone because it’s base is in building relationships, so whatever the families needs we can usually change things for the better.
The earlier families are introduced to the approach the better. Waiting until they are in crisis is harder for everyone.
This approach works in all family settings. I work with kinship carers, foster carers, adoptive parents and birth parents.
The approach can also work within school settings, residential settings and any environment supporting young people.
Are you ready to get started with NVR?
There are two main ways in which I support professionals wanting to learn about and use NVR approach:
The Professionals NVR Hub
The hub is my monthly Membership Group.
For just £15 a month you get:
- Monthly group supervision
- Mine & Peer support
- Access to online training
- Collaboration & Best Practice
- Resources you can use with parents
- Discounts on all my courses and events.
Professionals NVR Foundation Course
This course offers those working with families the opportunity to discover the NVR approach.
The NVR approach is different to ‘traditional’ parenting and is increasingly popular.
It helps empower parents to resist and reduce challenging behaviours.
It is however, not just for ‘challenging’ teenagers, and provides a positive, connective way of parenting for all parents irrespective of the age of the child.
The course is accredited by the CPD Standards Office.
Free Resources for you and the families you work with
Sarah Fisher Talks Connective Parenting weekly podcast.
Head to my library to read your way through my recent articles.
Join my free community on Facebook for parents and carers.
Find my FREE guides here to get you started.