Covid-19 pandemic

We know that many families are struggling to manage their children and young people's behaviour at this difficult time. The non violent resistance (NVR) parenting approach can help. We are working hard to move all our services online, so please keep checking back to find out what we're doing.

NVR Training for Parents and Practitioners

image11

Are you struggling to manage your child or young person’s behaviour?


Are you a practitioner seeking an effective way to help families in despair about their children's behaviour?


Look no further, we can help!


The Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) Parenting approach has helped thousands of families to change their lives. Parents and carers report increased confidence in their parenting, a greater sense of agency,  improved relationships within the family and a reduction in behaviours of concern.

What Is NVR?

image12

NVR can be used with children from around 5 years old, up to, and including, adulthood. It also has proved effective with neuro-atypical children and young people and with all kinds of family make-up, including foster and adoptive families. 


It is an empowered and dignified way to live one’s life. NVR Practitioners Consortium offers training in NVR to both parents/carers and professionals working with families.

Book a Course

Contact Form

For more information about any of our training services or to book a course, contact our team today.

NVR Practitioners Consortium

NVR Practitioners Consortium, 4th Floor, 18 St Cross Street, London, EC1N 8UN UK

Email: enquiries@nvrpc.org.uk Tel: 07957 233112