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If you are a parent or carer that is concerned about violence or abuse in your home and would like to speak with someone, please contact Parentline who has volunteers trained in NVR. This is a link to their website for more information. https://www.parentline.ie/
You may also wish to contact other family support services in your area as they may have practitioners trained in NVR or can refer you to other supports.
The deadline for this course is 28th February 2019. Please see poster for more details by clicking the link below.
We are delighted to share that there is a new Postgraduate Certificate in NVR through NUI Galway starting in March 2019. Please see details on this module and others offered by the Social Work discipline of the School of Political Science and Sociology by clicking on the links below.
Michaela Parker and Andrea Gallagher of Tusla are accepting referrals for a new NVR Group that they will be running in Glaway City. See the links below for more information and to download and complete the referral form. If you have any queries you can contact them directly on the number on the Parents Information sheet.
Two great books launched last Friday at UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, ILAS called ‘Child to Parent Violence and Abuse – Family Interventions with Non Violent Resistance’ by Dr Declan Coogan and ‘Gas, oil and the Irish state: Understanding the dynamics and conflicts of hydrocarbon management’ by Dr Amanda Slevin. Congratulations to the authors and big thanks to Prof. Pat Dolan and Prof. Niamh Reilly for a great event.
Please see their website for more information on the upcoming conference in Tel Aviv in May 2018.
Including a very interesting workshop by Haim Omer
Tara Kelly and Catrina Scanlan of New Authority Parenting are running a 2 day training on NVR in September 2017 in Dublin. Please see the link for details: http://www.newauthorityparenting.ie/training.
Tara and Catrina have trained with Dr. Declan Coogan on NVR as adapted in Ireland and have run successful NVR groups in the Dublin area since then.