Masterclass Nieuwe Autoriteit en Geweldloos Verzet
Masterclass Nieuwe Autoriteit en Geweldloos Verzet.
In de masterclass zullen Idan Amiel en Nir Sonnenberg uit het New Authority Team inzetten op het vertalen van het concept en de technieken naar de specifieke contexten van de deelnemers. De focus ligt op het verder eigen maken van de mindset en het geven van handvatten om de technieken af te stemmen op de specifieke context. Er wordt gewerkt met ingebrachte casuïstiek, praktijken van de trainers, simulaties en rollenspelen. Er zal ook aandacht zijn voor het combineren van het concept van de Nieuwe Autoriteit, de technieken van geweldloos verzet en de combineerbaarheid met andere concepten, technieken en modellen. Zoals bijv. het oplossingsgerichte model, gedragstherapeutische- en systemische modellen, ...
Vooropleiding in het concept Nieuwe Autoriteit en technieken van Geweldloos Verzet. De basisopleiding die we in samenwerking met het New Authority Center aanbieden is een mogelijkheid. Andere vooropleidingen kunnen ook en zijn mogelijk na goedkeuring. We doen dit in samenspraak met de trainers van het New Authority Center.
New Authority Center, Israël, Tel Aviv:
The advanced training program allows participants to deepen and broaden their understanding and use of NA and NVR. The training program requires prior knowledge of NVR & NA basic concepts and terminology (Announcement, Sit-In, Enlisting Supporters etc.) and it is strongly recommended that the participants have prior experience in using NVR in their daily work. This training offers the participants an opportunity to discuss the extent to which the NA and NVR language has been applied by the participants in their daily work, and to consider ways in which this may be advanced even further. The advanced training occurs in a small group (up to 14 participants) and is led by 2 expert trainers form the New Authority Center in Israel. The small setting, combined with the experience of the participants provide a valuable opportunity to share conflicts, dilemmas, ideas and thoughts and have those discussed in a supportive and enriching environment.
The Advanced Training Features:
1. Case Supervision - Cases from the participants’ daily work will be presented and discussed. The emphasis of the discussions will be to locate potential pitfalls and dead-ends, reflect on the gap between theory and practice, and offer possible solutions and directions.
2. Use of NVR & NA with specific issues/contexts – Through short lectures, followed by discussions in groups, we will introduce examples of using NVR & NA with a broad range of children’s behaviors. Subjects may include applying NA to issues such as overuse of electronic screens or school refusal, how do we apply NVR when there are behavioral problems combined with a psychiatric illness? How do we handle the anxious (and often controlling) child? What is the NA approach to coping with ‘explosive children’ in the schools? And more.
3. Striving for theoretical and practical synthesis or examining how the New Authority can complement different theoretical approaches. When we introduce NVR as a set of tools for participants, our intention is always to adjust the tools to fit the theoretical stance of the participants. The flexibility of the NVR tools and the New Authority state of mind, makes it possible to combine them with other theories. Theories such as Narrative Therapy, Soliton-focused Therapy, ACT, Signs of Safety, MBT, etc. can fit in many ways to the state of mind created by the New Authority concept. Referring to some basic aspects from these approaches, we will demonstrate how we can combine them with NVR tools.
Idan is a clinical psychologist and director of the parents' counseling unit in Schneider Medical Center. Over the last 12 years he has been a key professional in developing the concepts of NVR and New Authority. He established, together with Professor Haim Omer, the New Authority Center in order to promote and expand the principles of the New Authority. Idan now serves as the NAC director and guides the professional NVR team in Israel.
Nir serves as the New Authority Center International Training Coordinator. He is a Health Psychologist interested in the effects of harsh life events on family dynamics. He is especially involved in the study and treatment of the parental role in coping and recovery processes, and enjoys helping parents become a positive force for change in children's anxiety and behavioral difficulties. Nir has been with us at the Schneider Medical Centre since 2009, and is involved in our training programs, teaching NVR to our new team members and to experienced clinicians. Nir considers NVR an essential element of family crisis management as well as everyday parenting. He also includes cognitive-behavioral aspects, hypnosis and mindfulness meditation in his clinical work with parents.
In het inschrijvingsgeld is een broodjeslunch, koffie, thee, water en versnaperingen inbegrepen.
Ocmw - Gent, Jubileumlaan 217, Gent, België
10u00 - 17u00