The Power of Peace

Karen Woodall:

Back to London for a week before we hold our leadership retreat with a group of practitioners and message makers who will play a key role in the development of best practice in their own countries.  These people, along with those we are working with in our US training group, are those who are poised to build strong and effective interventions for families affected by parental alienation.  As well as developing messages to the outside world about parental alienation, which will influence and shape how ancillary services respond to children and families, we will be looking at how to stay healthy and well in the midst of this conflict ridden field.  In all aspects of what we do we will be finding peace in an unstable world, as practitioners and as people.  In all of our work together we will be celebrating the power of collaborative practice, of listening and…

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