Understanding and Working with Children and Families Affected by Parental Alienation
With international experts and authors, Karen Woodall and Nick Woodall
Introduction: 5 March 2020
Open to all interested legal and mental health practitioners.
Understanding alienation and basic differentiation of cases. Learning outcomes include setting parental alienation in context, capacity to differentiate between alienation and other causes of resistance in children of divorce and separation.
Cost €100 (limited places at discounted prices)
Lunch available for purchase
Advanced: 5-7 March 2020
Open to mental health practitioners with a psychology, psychotherapy or social work qualification (evidence required).
Three-day intensive training including theoretical concepts, advanced differential assessment, court presentation, concurrent therapeutic trial, effective treatment routes, healing the psychologically split child and contextual application within Ireland.
Lunch and refreshments included
Venue: Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs, Cork T23 E244
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