Sue knows her subject, she is able to explain the complicated and nuanced subject of parental alienation to a wide range of audiences in accessible language. She encourages reflection on our own practice and is unafraid to be challenging when appropriate. Sue encourages professionals to take a wider view of how to support families, especially those in conflict.
I am committed to this awareness raising work because not to share this knowledge would mean that I am complicit in enabling alienation to fester and damage lives. Nick Child refers to this as pulling bodies out of the water upstream; hopefully for many – we can prevent them entering the water!
I am delighted to now be able to offer BPS Approved workshops around the understanding, assessment and interventions for parental alienation. If you work with children and families and would like to be better equipped in your practice, upcoming workshops are available in Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow.
Find out more about BPS Approved training around parental alienation here: BPS Approved Workshop .