We are in Cork in Ireland this week, training psychologists and psychotherapists to work with the principles of practice with alienated children and their families. Yesterday we also delivered an introduction training which included legal people and practitioners from Tusla the Irish Child Protection Service.
Today and tomorrow we will take a smaller group of highly experienced clinicians, through the training which will enable them to reformulate their practice with alienated children and families, leaving with Caidreamh, the host organisation, a working model of intervention which is proven to be successful around the world.
Working with skilled clinicians is what interests me the most because it is through these partnerships that the workforce which is capable of addressing this problem in families will grow. As the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners develops, the strength that we find in our collegiate approach to understanding and development of treatment routes for this problem, will protect us from the growing negative transference from those who would like to stop this work from being developed.
By the weekend another group of skilled clinicians will be in place in Ireland to take this work forward in their own right. In addition, practitioners who have joined us here from The Netherlands and from Israel will take their skills back to work with colleagues already part of EAPAP in their own countries.
A skilled workforce which is capable of changing the lives of alienated children around the world is being made real.
Reformulating Practice With Families Affected by a Child’s Induced Psychological Splitting – EAPAP 2020
Parental Separation, Alienation and Splitting: Healing Beyond Reunification
The theme of this conference is the reformulation of practice with families affected by a child’s induced psychological splitting.
Over two days the conference will unpack and unpick thinking around cases of parental alienation to shift the focus to the core defence seen in the child and how the principles and protocols of practice with families affected by this can be configured in ways that bring rapid resolutions.
Featuring detailed master classes in each of the areas known to contribute to the onset of induced psychological splitting in a child, practitioners will be enabled to understand the stepwise approach required to reformulate their own practice effectively.
Power and Control
Psychiatric impact of induced psychological splitting in childhood
Legal and Mental Health Interlocking Relationship for Case Management
Adapted Therapies for Successful Treatment of Parental Alienation
Please note that due to extremely high demand for places on this practitioner only conference limited tickets are left.
If you plan to attend you must BOOK NOW
Standard fee. – 169,00 EUR / February 01 – March 15, 2020
Late registration fee – 203,00 EUR / from March 16, 2020
All prices include VAT.