The Professionals NVR Hub
Working with parents in a professional capacity is an amazing job to do.
I absolutely love it.
It can feel a little lonely at times though, particularly if you work by yourself.
With this in mind I’ve created the Professionals NVR Hub. You don’t need to be an NVR Practitioner to be part of it but the support advice provided will be based on these principles.
The hub will provide you with a safe space to get support and help, as well as learn. It will also give the opportunity to meet others, create collaborations and share your knowledge.
If you’ve completed practitioner training then it will provide you with ongoing support.
This group is for professionals only. If you’re a parent looking for support then the Connective Parenting Hub is the place for you. You can find all the details here.
Membership of The Professionals NVR Hub includes:
Monthly Group Supervision Session
This will be carried out using zoom (online video conference)
Peer & My Support
Access to members only Facebook group for help and advice whenever you need it
Access To Online Training
Access to online training videos. These include pre-recorded training on the different aspects of NVR (this is not professional level training but provides an overview of the approach).
Collaboration & Best Practice
The opportunity to meet other professionals and build potential collaborations
Resources You Can Use With Parents
Access to resources that you can use as part of your work with parents
Discounts to events & training
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How Does It Work?
All this for £15 a month, or just 50p a day.
- Does this information you’re sharing work for everyone?Yes, everything that is shared within the group is based on relationships and our brain’s natural way of working, so it works for everyone, including those with special needs. If as a practitioner you don’t believe in this type of approach this probably isn’t the place for you.
- Is the hub only for qualified NVR Practitioners?No. Anyone is welcome to join and get support. The hub is a supportive, non-judgemental space for those working with families to get the help and support they would like. The hub is based on the principles of NVR so if you believe in rewards and consequences and not looking to change that approach this is probably not the place for you.
- How does the membership work?Membership of the hub is by monthly subscription. The monthly subscription is taken automatically until you cancel your membership.
- Can I cancel at anytime?Yes, you can cancel your membership at any time, the contract is on a monthly basis. To cancel your membership, log into the hub and cancel it directly from your account. Once you leave you will no longer be able to access the resources or receive discounts on courses or events. Should you wish to rejoin at any time you are welcome to, however any previous discount will be lost.
- Isn’t NVR just for violent children?This is one of the myths about NVR. It is often used in situations where there is violence but it’s a relationship based approach and works in all situations, not just parenting. If you want to build a strong relationship with your child and help them to develop emotional intelligence then NVR will without a doubt help.
All this for just £15 a month.
You can get access to the hub and the resources right now! Just click the link on the left (might be below on your phone) and it will take you through to the learning platform where you’ll register and set up your subscription.
Who is Sarah Fisher?
I’m a single adoptive mum, passionate about helping other families experiencing difficulties. I adopted a gorgeous seven year old little boy and together we have been on a journey of discovery. It hasn’t been an easy road, more of a roller coaster, but I’m so glad I chose to adopt and I wouldn’t turn the clock back for anything.
During my journey I’ve learnt to support my son with his anxiety and have stopped most of his unacceptable behaviours. These weren’t because he was an unduly aggressive child (although he displayed several aggressive tendencies) but he was very distressed, due to past trauma, which evidenced itself in his aggressive and anxious behaviour and his inability to deal with his emotions. Through the use of Non Violent Resistance (NVR) our family dynamic has changed and my son is now more confident and understands how to appropriately express his emotions. It hasn’t been an easy or smooth road, but we’ve come through it and I’m passionate about helping other families do the same.
As an experienced NVR coach and practitioner I support parents who are struggling to transform their families live and create a happy family home.