Non-violent resistance (NVR) addresses violent, destructive and harmful behaviours in children and adolescents. NVR can help parents and carers overcome their sense of helplessness. It can help develop a support network that will stop violent and destructive behaviours both in and out of the home. It can improve relationships between family members and the outside world.
PARENT’S BOOKLET: Non-violent resistance; guidelines for parents of children or adolescents with violent or destructive behaviours
Is your household like this?
Working together and parental presence inside the home
“I am not alone in this”
Finding and using supporters
Rebuilding the relationship
Helping brothers and sisters tell their story
Parental presence outside the home
What parents and carers say about NVR
Looking after yourself
SIBLING’S BOOKLET: Non-violent resistance; guide for brothers and sisters