Learning

COVID-19

All our face-to-face events are temporarily suspended. We are currently developing new online training resources.Please follow our Twitter account @FamSepClinic for updates.

 


Restoring Wholeness

A tw0-hour Zoom Seminar With Elyse Killoran, Havening Techniques® Practitioner

Delivered via The Lighthouse Project, Elyse is looking forward to introducing us to a brain-based therapy that "resets" neural networks and supports the re-integration of the body and the brain. The Lighthouse Project, is designed to bring as much help to families affected by relational trauma in divorce and separation as possible, all at low cost. Some services will be delivered via the gift economy where the recipient decides what they will pay for the service.

 

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Understanding Parental Alienation: Learning to Cope, Helping to Heal

One Day Workshop for Parents

Based on the handbook for parents, Understanding parental alienation: Learning to cope, helping to heal by Karen Woodall and Nick Woodall (Charles C Thomas, 2017), this one-day workshop will provide parents with the knowledge to help them to understand the dynamics that have led to their child's withdrawal, and the insights and skills to build strategies for change, and bring healing for themselves and their children.

 

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Therapeutic Parenting for Rejected Parents

One Day Workshop for Parents

The Family Separation Clinic has adapted therapeutic parenting strategies to meet the needs of alienated children and this workshop is designed to teach you to become confident in parenting your children therapeutically. It has long been said that the best therapist for alienated children is their own healthy parent and this workshop enables you to become skilled in all aspects of parenting therapeutically to bring your children back to health.

 

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Understanding and Working With Children and Families Affected by Parental Alienation

One Day Practitioner Training

Drawing upon extensive clinical knowledge in working directly with alienated children and their families, this one day practitioner training is designed to equip the practitioner who wishes to work in this field with a first level training which is in line with international standards of intervention. The training examines the research evidence and the translation of this into family law and includes case studies from practice.

 

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