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Eli Leibowitz | Dan Dolberger | Efi Nortov | Haim Omer |
  • Fam Proc 51:90–106, 2012

  • Type: Published article
  • Application Field: Entitled dependence
Abstract:

Dutch tranlsation of:

Parent Training in Nonviolent Resistance for Adult Entitled Dependence

  • Fam Proc 51:90–106, 2012

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Haim Omer | Dan Dolberger |
  • Familien Dynamik

  • Type: Published article
  • Application Field: Other
Abstract:

Mit  Hilfe  des  gewaltlosen Widerstands werden Eltern unterstützt,  die  sich  mit  Suizidandrohungen  von
Kindern bzw. Adoleszenten konfrontiert sehen. Die Behandlung hilft den Eltern, aus  einer  Position  der  Hilflosigkeit  zu­
rück  zur  elterlichen  Präsenz  zu  gelan­gen,  von  Isolation  zu  Verbundenheit, von  Unterwerfung  zum  Widerstand, von Eskalation zur Selbstkontrolle, von Distanzierung  und  Feindseligkeit  zu Fürsorge  und  Unterstützung.  Das  Ziel des Konzepts ist, den Eltern zu helfen, konstruktiv mit der Bedrohung umzuge­hen.  Besonders  wichtig  ist  es,  dabei auch das Leid der Eltern miteinzubezie­hen. Das Vorgehen ist auch dann reali­sierbar,  wenn  ein  junger  Mensch,  der mit  Suizid  droht,  nicht  zu  einer  Mitar­beit bereit ist.

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Haim Omer | Dan Dolberger |
  • Family Process, Vol. x, No. x, 2015 © 2015 Family Process Institute
    doi: 10.1111/famp.12129

  • Type:
  • Application Field: Other
Abstract:

Parent training in nonviolent resistance was adapted to deal with situations of suicide
threat by children, adolescents, and young adults. The approach aims at reducing the risk
potential and the mutual distress surrounding the threat-interaction. Parent training in
nonviolent resistance has been shown to help parents move from helplessness to presence,
from isolation to connectedness, from submission to resistance, from escalation to self-
control, and from mutual distancing and hostility to care and support. Those emphases
can be crucial for the diminution of suicide risk. Parents show good ability to implement
the approach and report gains on various areas over and beyond the reduction in suicide
threat. A particular advantage is that the method can be used also in cases where the
young person threatening suicide is not willing to cooperate.

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Michael Grabbe, Jörn Borke, Cornelia Tsirigotis (Eds.) |
  • Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

  • Type: book
  • Application Field: General
Abstract:


gabbebookHaim Omers Konzept der neuen Autorität und die Bin-dungstheorie lassen sich wirksam verknüpfen. Wie man Anker richtig setzt und die elterliche und professionelle Präsenz stärkt, zeigt dieser Band. Haim Omers Konzept der neuen Autorität und die Bindungstheorie: Was haben diese Ideen gemein-sam, wie universell sind sie? Wie können gute Beziehungen im Spannungsfeld von Autonomie und Bindung gestaltet werden? Wo bleibt das Kind im gewaltlosen Widerstand? Welche Rolle spielt die Ankerfunktion in der elterlichen und professionel-len Präsenz? Renommierte deutsche und internationale systemisch orientierte Psychotherapeuten und Forscher setzen sich mit dem praktischen Nutzen der verschiedenen Theorieansätze auseinander. Eine Fundgrube für Therapeuten und Berater, die Familien in Schief- und Notlagen unterstützen und oft mit Autonomie-, Bindungs- und Autoritätsproblemen konfrontiert sind!

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Peter Jakob |
  • M. Grabbe, J. Borke & C. Tsirigotis (Eds.) Authority, autonomy and attachment (German: Autorität, Autonomie und Bindung). Gӧttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht.

  • Type: Published article
  • Application Field: Other
Abstract:

Non Violent Resistance (NVR) is a therapeutic approach towards violent, aggressive, controlling and self-destructive behaviour, initially developed for responding to these behaviours in young people. Based on working with children who have experienced child abuse, this paper introduces the author’s integration of child-focused family therapy and NVR, its theoretical background, ethos and methodological applications. Read more

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Peter Jakob |
  • Systeemtheoretisch Bulletin, 31 (1), 5 – 27 (in Dutch)

  • Type: Published article
  • Application Field: General
Abstract:

Inspired by the methods and underlying principles of nonviolent resistance in the socio-political sphere, Non Violent Resistance (NVR) as a therapeutic approach supports parents, carers and the community in resisting aggressive, violent and self-destructive behaviour in young people. Multi-stressed families with histories of trauma and difficult social relationships often experience high levels of such problem behaviour. Read more

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Ifat Lavi-Levavi | Iris Shachar | Haim Omer |
  • Journal of Systemic Therapies, Vol 32(4), Dec 2013, 79-93. doi: 10.1521/jsyt.2013.32.4.79

  • Type: Published article
  • Application Field: General
Abstract:

Parents of violent children, who underwent training in nonviolent resistance (NVR), were compared with a wait-list control. Each parent reported on him/herself as well as on the other parent. Although both parents reported significant improvements in measures of parental helplessness, only fathers reported significant improvements on three scales measuring parent-child escalation processes, namely, power-struggles, parental submission, and negative feelings. Mothers were found to suffer more than fathers from escalating conflicts with the child both at the beginning and the end of treatment. Although fathers reported that escalation of both parents with the child lessened with treatment, mothers witnessed no significant improvements. Results were interpreted as showing that the special plight of mothers poses a still unmet challenge to NVR and probably to other modalities of parent training.

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Michaela C. Fried | Stefan Ofner | Hans Steinkellner |
  • Type: Case-study
  • Application Field: General
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A case study of a 16-year-old adolescent who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder is presented: The boy was diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder following a severe early-childhood attachment disorder, 10 different foster-home placements with concomitant severances of relationships and 41 stays in various child- and youth psychiatric wards. He was well-known for wearing out his caregivers due to severe violent outbursts, and dramatic police interventions often resulted in a change of location. Furniture was often broken even in confined care settings, which resulted in repeated cancellations of rental agreements. He was even placed on an “admission ban” among psychiatric wards.

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Haim Omer |
  • Cambridge University Press

  • Type: book
  • Application Field: General
Abstract:

the new authority

Dr. Haim Omer builds on his previous work to present a new model of authority for parents, teachers, and community workers that is suitable for today’s free and pluralistic societies. This new authority contrasts with traditional authority in that it emphasizes self-control and persistence over control of the child, a network of support over a strict hierarchy, taking mutual responsibility for escalations over holding the child solely responsible, patience over threats, non-violent resistance over physical force, and transparency over secrecy. In addition to a thorough discussion of the underlying theory, The New Authority presents a practical program for families, schools, and communities. Dr. Omer provides specific instructions to combat violence and risky behavior at home and in school, increase parent and teacher interest and support, and implement interventions that increase safety, improve atmosphere, and generate community cohesiveness.

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Eli Leibowitz | Haim Omer |
  • Hoboken, NJ: Wiley

  • Type: book
  • Application Field: Anxiety disorders (OCD)
Abstract:

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“Lebowitz and Omer have taken the latest and most relevant scientific research and synthesized it into an essential read for caregivers of anxious children. Treating Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety: A Guide for Caregivers provides an ‘inside look’ at the nuts and bolts of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for childhood anxiety—the treatment of choice among leading researchers and experts. The book is filled with analogies, examples, and practical advice that professionals and parents will refer back to over and over again.”

—Candice A. Alfano, PhD; Director, Sleep and Anxiety Center for Kids (SACK) Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Houston

 

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