Learning for parents

Therapeutic parenting for alienated children: what it is, why it matters, how it helps

A Zoom Webinar With Karen Woodall

24 March 2021 at 16:00 GMT

Therapeutic parenting is a high nurture, attuned style of parenting which assists children who have suffered early developmental trauma, to build healthy attachments.

Adapting parenting styles when your children are demonstrating signs of alienation, is a crucial strategy to support their resilience and recovery.

 

Find out more

Reconnections: recovering older alienated children

Available to view online soon

Working on the principle that the rejected parent holds the split off and denied aspect of self that is necessary to give a sense of integration, this seminar is for parents of older children and is focused upon therapeutic parenting skills and understanding. Working with the principles of assisting children with disorganised attachments, this seminar will walk you through the key skills of therapeutic parenting which are adapted for this group of children.

 

Find out more


Restoring wholeness with Elyse Killoran, Havening Techniques®  practitioner

Available to view online soon

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.

 

Find out more and book

Understanding the alienated child: a guide for parents and practitioners

Available to view online soon

This session is suitable for parents and practitioners, and offers an introduction to understanding alienated children which will cover the dynamics that cause alienation, the different ways of conceptualising the problem, detailed analysis of the attachment disruption that the problem causes, and an introduction to how to respond effectively to that in parenting or practice with alienated children

 

Find out more