Finding Peace in an Unstable World

Karen Woodall:

This work is tough stuff there is no denying it. Amidst chaotic emotional and psychological trauma patterns, parents and alienated children struggle to find peace of mind. Children, whose dependency upon their often unwell parent, renders them prey to the distortions of thinking which are forced upon them in the intra-psychic relationship, are often living highly anxious lives in covert care of a parent.  Parents, who are prevented from seeing their children and giving them the care they are biologically driven to give, find themselves having to cope on a shoe string of emotional strength and psychological courage.  Working in the midst of this, to restore children’s relationships with a rejected parent, takes its toll on anyone.

It takes its toll on me.  And as I find myself entering a phase of work in which I will be training others to do what I do, I find myself having to…

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