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Navigating the mine fields within the context of high conflict divorce

3 CPD points

Accredited for Psychologists and Registered Councillors

Presented by:

Dr Tania Holz

R295.00

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This course will attempt to provide a basic understanding of the role of the psychologist within the field of divorce: therapeutic and psycho-legal.

It aims to take on a practical approach to navigating the challenges as a professional when working with families, who find themselves in a system rendered chaotic and dysfunctional by elevated conflict between parents.

Within the field professionals can assist families in various roles: therapeutic, investigative, as mediator or as Parenting Coordinator.

These roles will be outlined and explored with a focus on understanding the differences and related responsibilities.

Included in this is an exploration of the following processes and concepts:

  1. Effective communicating with potential clients at the onset of a therapeutic or psycho-legal    process to ensure clarity around the role of the professional.
  2. The invaluable safety net of supervision.
  3. An exploration of certain guidelines in the Children’s Act such as The Best Interest of the Child Standard and Parenting Plans.
  4. The concepts of attachment, alignment, alienation, enmeshment, and estrangement
  5. The voice of the child
  6. Parenting Coordination
  7. Bonding therapy or re-integrative therapy
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