Non-violent resistance and ADHD
Non-violent resistance (NVR) is a new form of systemic family therapy, originally developed specifically to help families respond more effectively to aggressive, violent, harmful or self-destructive behaviour in children. More recently, NVR methods have been integrated with cognitive behavioural principles to aid families with young people who show anxious-avoidant, compulsive or self-isolating behaviours and who do not co-operate in psychological therapy.
ADHD in practice 2014; 6(2): 7–11
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