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Belgisch Instituut Geweldloos Verzet, Flanders, Belgium

The newly formed Flanders Center for Nonviolent Resistance consists of professionals who specialise in implementing NVR/NA in various work settings (e.g. family therapy, home guidance, residential care, foster care, child psychiatry, etc.). The Centre offers practice-based training (general and in company) and clinical supervision (individual or in group) in NVR/NA, on exchange of knowledge and expertise.

 

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Pädagogisches Institut für Neue Autorität

PINA is offering training for parents, schools, different fields of social work and people who are in lead of others, e.g. in companies or communities for western Austria, Liechtenstein and eastern Switzerland. There are different offers of short term training as well as certificate courses. In-services can be provided by request.

Apart from the training, short-term interventions or caching in Long-term-settings are provided for parents, teams and schools including facilitation of organisational processes. A special focus is on leadership in communities as well as in companies. PINA is also caring for the „GfW-Vorarlberg“-network and organizes conferences and other events.

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Systemische Akademie Bramsche, Germany

The Systemische Akademie was founded 2004 to offer systemic programs and programs for mediation. Since that time we provide the ideas from Haim Omer and Arist von Schlippe. Now we offers a 15 day certificated training program in NVR, supervision in groups, individual case supervision, supervision in institutions and we implement training programs of NVR in youth welve services and other institutions.

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isi-netz24

The Swiss Center of Excellence for Multi-Systemic Practice and New Authority is committed to the charta of the International Association of the NVR Founders Group. Our work is inspired by the concepts of Haim Omer and Eia Asen (multi-systemic cooperations). We offer coaching and training for parents, social workers, schools, social institutions and communities. In addition we are a network of experts and institutions in Switzerland that work with New Authority and multi-systemic approaches.

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isi – institut für systemische impulse

We offer continuing education programs, professional training and development in systemic organizational consulting, teamcoaching and counseling supervision.
We organize the annual conference “Stärke statt Macht” in Zurich, where we present actual developments of the concepts of the New Authority, NVR and multi-systemic family work.

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The Systemic Institute for New Authority Bramsche, Germany

The Systemic Institute for New Authority was founded in July 2012 to spread the idea, the attitude and the concept of New Authority in advanced trainings, seminars and lectures. So we offer our services for parents, schools, youth welfare service and social institutions, communities. We create a first Centre New Authority with therapeutic offers for parents and supervision for Coaches, therapists and teachers. There are also possibilities for practitioners to get own experiences trained by us. We offer a 14 day certificated program with the IF Weinheim in groups, advanced seminars for therapists and coaches, supervision in groups, indoor training programs in addiction to the request , individual case supervision and other individual inquiries. SyNA is a cooperating Institute to the IF Weinheim, Member of the Network New Authority (NENA) with INA (St. Pölten, Austria), IKJF (Graz, Austria) and MISW (Munich, Germany) and we are proud to be part of the International Network of NVR Psychology.

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Münchner Institut für Systemische Weiterbildung MISW Munich, Germany

The MISW was founded 2005 to offer systemic training programs (systemic consulting and family therapy). Since 2010 we integrated the ideas of New Authority (NA) and Non Violent Resistance (NVR) in our curricula. Furthermore we provide therapy, coaching, supervision and organizational development. Concerning NA and NVR
We offer:

  • Consulting for parents, teachers and managers
  • Supervision
  • Training programs

We are co-founders of the Network New Authority (NENA) with our partners, the Austrian Institute for New Authority (INA, St. Pölten) and the IKJF (Graz), to create a supportive network within the professional group. In addition we are proud to be part of the International Network of NVR Psychology.

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INA – Institut für Neue Autorität, St.Pölten, Austria

The Austrian Institute for New Authority was founded last year to provide the ideas of New Authority (NA) and Non Violent Resistance (NVR) in Austria. We offer our services not only for parents, but also for schools, social institutions, communities and companies. We are verry happy, that there is such a hugh interest.
Our services are:

  • Coaching for parents, teachers and managers
  • Supervision and intervision
  • Trainings and lectures

We also founded the Network New Authority (NENA) with our partners IKJF (Graz) and MISW (Munich) to create a supportive network within the professional group. In addition we are proud to be part of the International Network of NVR–Psychology.

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Institut für Kind, Jugend und Familie Graz, Austria

We are offering:

  • Single supervision
  • Group supervision
  • Full practikum

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MoleMann Mental Health Almere, the Netherlands

Molemann Mental Health offers treatment in New Authority from the New Authority Centre in Almere. The treatment in New Authority is for groups of parents or for families. We also provide information and education to schoolteams, therapists and social workers.
For education on the field of New Authority one can attend the MoleMann Academy, which offers an Advanced Course in New Authority, acknowledged by the Dutch Centre for Family Therapy and the Federation of Clinical Psychologists.
Click here for Information for the Course

Henk Breugem and Lenny Rodenburg who manage MoleMann are also certified supervisors, and specialised in New Authority.

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Belgisch Instituut Geweldloos Verzet

The newly formed Flanders Center for Nonviolent Resistance consists of professionals who specialise in implementing NVR/NA in various work settings (e.g. family therapy, home guidance, residential care, foster care, child psychiatry, etc.). The Centre offers practice-based training (general and in company) and clinical supervision (individual or in group) in NVR/NA, on exchange of knowledge and expertise.

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IF Weinheim – Institut für Systemische Ausbildung & Entwicklung Weinheim, Germany

IF Weinheim is one of largest and most experienced Family therapy institutes in Germany. The Institute offers a 14 day certificated training program, seminars in NVR, supervision in groups, individual case supervision, supervision in institutions such as clinics, child and youth care network (Kompetenznetzwerk) and individualy arranged practicum time.

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Partnership Projects, Brighton, UK

PartnershipProjects is a Brighton-based systemic training consultancy, and currently the only organisation in the UK offering clinical supervision and training in NVR. We provide individual case-by case supervision upon arrangement, and will offer monthly group supervision in London in 2013. We also provide supervision by Skype with intermittend face-to-face meetings for colleagues who are not living in the Southeast of England.

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LerenOverLeven, Utrecht, The Netherlands/Antwerp, Belgium

LerenOverLeven is an organisation for contextual therapy, VCW and BVRGS certified. We offer Non Violent Resitance and New Authority training, workshops and supervision.
Our training is practice based, with active learning, reflecting on one’s own style and attitude, implementing NVR/NA with already present knowledge and experience in the workfield.
Our staff is trained in Israel by Haim Omer and his team.

We offer:

  • One Year training
  • workshops, introduction course
  • In Company training
  • Supervision individual/group/team

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Lorentzhuis, Haarlem, The Netherlands

The Lorentzhuis, institute for systemtherapy, education and consultation in Haarlem, has introduced NVR to The Netherlands by inviting Prof. Haim Omer two times for a 2-day seminar (in 2005 and 2007) and by translating the book “Nonviolent Resistance, a new approach to violent and self-destructive children” into Dutch.

Our services:

  1. We have developed a 6 day-training on New Authority and Nonviolent Resistance, that is officially accredited by the Dutch Association for Couple and Family therapy (NVRG), which starts once a year in Haarlem;
  2. We are available for ‘tailor-made’ incompany-training, consisting of a combination of training and supervision, all over The Netherlands.
  3. We are NVP- and NVRG-registered supervisors, specialised in NVR with the possibility of giving supervision both in our own institute in Haarlem (individual and group) and in your own institute (team/group).

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