Conference Contribution Details
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Declan Coogan
2nd European Conference on Domestic Violence
‘She felt so held’ – Support, strength and solidarity: Practitioners’ perceptions of Non Violent Resistance (NVR) with child to parent violence and abuse in Ireland
Porto, Portugal
Conference Paper
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06-SEP-17
09-SEP-17
Child-to-parent violence and abuse (CPVA) involves parents who live in fear of their child under the age of 18 years. This interactive workshop explores practitioners’ perceptions of Non Violent Resistance (NVR) as a response to the problem of CPVA in Ireland. NVR is evidence based, non-blaming, systemic and relatively short-term intervention model that empowers parents and practitioners to take action in response to CPVA while respecting and protecting children and adults. Inter-active methods will encourage participants in the workshop to ‘think through’ the implications of the NVR model for practice and research (focusing on the Support Network). There will also be a question and answer section where the facilitator and workshop participants discuss research/ intervention methods and dilemmas that emerged during the earlier parts of the workshop.
UNESCO Child & Family Research Centre NUI Galway
Publication Themes
Applied Social Sciences and Public Policy