What we are

The Tel Aviv Center for NVR Psychology is dedicated to teaching, supervising, and promoting non-violent resistance interventions to mental health professionals worldwide. The center is an international extension of the Israel-based Center for Parent Empowerment (Merkaz Le’haazama Horit”), a private clinic specializing in NVR-oriented family therapy interventions, supervision, training, and research. The center applies the entire spectrum of NVR applications with a strong emphasis on multi-disciplinary contexts such as systemic family therapy, psychiatry, social work, rehabilitation, and clinical psychology. The center was initially founded by Prof. Haim Omer and Dan Dolberger in 2010. In 2014, Prof. Omer moved from full membership to an advisory position

Our main interests include:

  • Focus on NVR
  • Developing new NVR applications, with special emphasis on Adult Entitled Dependence
  • Interest in understanding and developing NVR-oriented family therapy
  • Interest in NVR team development worldwide
  • Multidisciplinary contexts of NVR
  • Interest in the family as a political unit
  • Serving the worldwide NVR community

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