Innovations in Practice: The efficacy of nonviolent resistance groups in treating aggressive and controlling children and young people: a preliminary analysis of pilot NVR groups in Kent


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Abstract

Background:Conduct disorders and adolescent violence have been found to be a significant problem in the United Kingdom.Method:Nonviolent Resistance (NVR) Parenting Groups were piloted in Kent to address the demand on CAMHS for young people with this issue, and preliminary analysis on outcome measures was conducted.Results:A significant difference in a positive direction was found on all but one of the measurements used.Conclusion:Findings suggest that using NVR methods in a group format is an effective intervention for these families. De-escalation and acts of unconditional love were rated by parents as the most useful interventions.

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