Readers may wish to download the latest newsletter from the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners. Whilst this is a practitioner newsletter, it gives information about the work being done in Europe to bring together expert practice in the field of Relational Trauma in Divorce and Separation.
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The third conference of the European Association will be held on 16/7/8 September and will feature presentations such as –
- The shadow of our ghosts: Generations of ruptures
Jill Salberg – USA
- Leading change in a complex field: Introducing core concepts of reformulated practice
Gordana Buljan Flander -Croatia
- Assessing and treating alienation using a psychoanalytic model
Karen Woodall and Nick Woodall
- Family law and parental alienation in Portugal
Sandra Feitor – Portugal
- Addressing false allegations in court
Brian Ludmer – USA
- Lessons from Romania: What difference does it make when alienation is criminalised
Simona Vladica – Romania
- Perspectives from Israel
Inbal Kivenson Bar-On and Benny Bailey – Israel
- Parental alienating behaviours: An unacknowledged form of family violence
Jennifer Harman – USA
- ‘I did not see my daughters for years:’ The impact of coercive control on post-divorce relationships between mothers and children
Sietska Dijkstra – Netherlands
Discussion groups including Kelly Baker PhD from the USA and presentation by June Venters QC from the UK are being finalised.
There are many more participants throughout a packed three days in which we discussion panels will be held live along with Q&A sessions with experts.
The programme offers a wealth of information and discussion about research and practice and the importance of both in the developing field of Relational Trauma in Divorce and Separation. Suitable for all practitioners in mental health and legal services.
This is the third conference of the European Association and demonstrates the commitment and intent of the core participants to build a network of excellence in the relationship between research and practice in this field.
The cost for the conference is
3 day registration fee – 203 Euro
1 Day pass for day three (open to public) 81 Euro
All prices include VAT.