The Münchner Institut für systemische Weiterbildung (misw) was founded in 2005 by Tobias von der Recke. We offer diverse and broad services in our institute. These range from further education in systemic counseling, systemic family therapy, systemic coaching, supervision and organizational development to counseling and therapy of individuals, families and teams. Furthermore, we offer coaching of specialists and executive staff and supervision internally at your location or open supervision groups in our institute. Our offer is supplemented by a wide range of seminars.
We have been working with Prof Haim Omer and his Non-violent resistance (NVR) and New Authority (NA) concept for several years and integrate NVR and NA in our work. We organize training seminars and conferences in context of these topics. In our practical work we use the concept of NVR and NA in schools, outreach family therapies and youth welfare offices.
In addition, we are part of “Netzwerk Neue Autorität” (NENA) and work together with other groups and institutions to share our ideas and work. Members of this network: Institut für Neue Autorität (INA) in Austria, Systemisches Institut für Neue Autorität (SyNA) in Germaniy, institut für systemische impulse, entwicklung und führung gmbh (isi) in Switzerland und der Akademie Kind Jugend Familie (akjf, Austria)
One of the highlights in 2014 was the third international NVR Conference with Prof Haim Omer, Prof Arist von Schlippe and many other experts in Munich on March 20th to March 21st 2014, which was organized by our institute and its partners. The NVR Conference focussed on the following topic: Non-violent-resistance and new authority in family, school, community and society.