Starting as We Mean to Go On: Setting the Scene 2018

This is a going to be a big year in terms of the raising to consciousness of parental alienation around the world.  In the UK, where we will hold the first conference of the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners, this is the year in which  we will certify and standardise practice in this field, not just for Europe but worldwide.  Starting as we mean to go on then, let’s switch on the beam at the Family Separation Clinic for 2018.

The Family Separation Clinic is a group of associate psychotherapists, psychologists, independent social workers, coaches and trainers.  Working together we provide expert witness services, assessments with therapeutic trial, multi modal team interventions, coaching for rejected parents and reunification programmes for families affected by post separation difficulties and parental alienation.  When we first began this work we were told that we shouldn’t emphasise our focus on parental alienation but we ignored that advice.  We did so because we knew that our work would raise awareness of the issue and that one day, parental alienation in the UK would be fully and properly recognised by the family courts. That day is here.  Our work is properly focused upon the problem and we have significant success in delivering healthy outcomes for children and families affected by the problem.

https://karenwoodall.blog/2018/01/01/starting-as-we-mean-to-go-on-setting-the-scene-2018/

Karen Woodall:

This is a going to be a big year in terms of the raising to consciousness of parental alienation around the world.  In the UK, where we will hold the first conference of the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners, this is the year in which  we will certify and standardise practice in this field, not just for Europe but worldwide.  Starting as we mean to go on then, let’s switch on the beam at the Family Separation Clinic for 2018.

The Family Separation Clinic is a group of associate psychotherapists, psychologists, independent social workers, coaches and trainers.  Working together we provide expert witness services, assessments with therapeutic trial, multi modal team interventions, coaching for rejected parents and reunification programmes for families affected by post separation difficulties and parental alienation.  When we first began this work we were told that we shouldn’t emphasise our focus on parental alienation but…

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