Services

PLEASE NOTE:

Our parent coaching, mediation and parenting co-ordination and guidance are not therapy or counselling.  As such these services are subject to their own contracting protocols and are not delivered on a standard, weekly basis but to fit the needs of the individual client. If you require counselling or therapy with us we will contract with you for that service and we will contract with you explicitly on the regularity of the service that you can expect under that contract. Guidance which is given free of charge, either by email, verbally or in writing to you, is not subject to a contract. We will make it explicit when we expect you to pay for Guidance and when we do not.


Parental Alienation

Offers support and information for parents who believe that Parental Alienation may be present. Using our differentiation approach to alienation, we will help you to gain a greater understanding of the issues you face and the best approaches for dealing with them. Hour long appointments may be conducted by Skype, telephone or face-to-face.

 

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Other services for families

As experts in all aspects of divorce and family separation, the Family Separation Clinic can in assist you in a range of different ways, including therapeutic mediation and dispute resolution, support and coaching, parenting co-ordination and counselling. We work with you to determine what may be most useful in your unique circumstances.

 

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International services

Whilst the Family Separation Clinic is based in London, United Kingdom, we regularly work with clients around the world, including the United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, continental Europe and many other countries. By utilising Skype, we are able to offer a range of services to meet your needs.

 

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Services for professionals

The Family Separation Clinic offers specialist training and consultancy to professionals working with high conflict divorce and separation, parental alienation and children's rejecting behaviours.

 

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