EAPAP2020: Introducing the next chapter of our work

PROGRAM

DAY 1 / SEPTEMBER 16, 2020

09.00-10.30

Opening addresses

09.00-09.10

Leading change in a complex field: Introducing core concepts of reformulated practice  

Gordana Buljan Flander

09.10-10.00

Where we have come from: Historical perspectives of parental alienation in research

Wilfred von Boch-Galau

10.00-10.15

About EAPAP 

Nick Woodall

10.15-11.30

Keynote Lecture 

Assessing and treating alienation using a psychoanalytic model 

Karen Woodall and Nick Woodall

11.30-12.00

12.00-13.15

12.00-12.45

Break

Power and control

“It’s not just what, but how they do it”: Using patterns of parental alienating behaviors to determine intent to harm

Jennifer Harman

12.45-13.15

‘I learned more in this single session than from all the help I was given over the past two years’ – The impact of coercive control on post-divorce relationships between mothers and their children as seen through the lens of a case study on restoring reciprocal mother-child contact

Sietske Dijkstra

13.15-13.45

Break

13.45-15.30

Alienation and attachment issues 

13.45-14.15

Attachment – (re) rupture in COVID-19 

Mirela Badurina

14.15-15.00

Attachment pitfalls   

Gordana Buljan Flander

15.00-15.30

Toxic stress in children 

Vanja Slijepčević Saftić

15.30-16.30

Reformulated practice 

15.30-16.00

Screening of child alienation and risk assessment in conflict parenting situations in the social welfare system

Marina Ajduković and Tatjana Katkić Stanić

16.00-16.30

Clinical perspective: Alienated child – traumatized child?

Bruna Profaca

DAY 2 / SEPTEMBER 17, 2020

09.00-11.00

Clinical perspectives 

09.00-10.00

Confronting policy and clinical challenges: Perspectives from Israel

Inbal Kivenson Bar-On and Benjamin Bailey

10.00-10.30

Splitting: A psychiatric perspective 

Milica Pejović Milovančević

10.30-11.00

Psychiatric consequences of alienation

Vlatka Boričević Maršanić

11.00-11.30

Break

11.30-12.00

Psychopathology of parents in alienation

Danijel Crnković

12.00-12.30

Diagnoses associated with parental alienation in child custody dispute forensic investigations

Marina Walter and Thomas Demessence

12.30-13.30

Round table discussion 

Healing relational trauma in children of divorce and separation

Moderator: Karen Woodall

Panellists: Benjamin Bailey, Claire Francica, Joan Long

13.30-14.00

Break

14.00-15.00

Keynote Lecture

The shadow of our ghosts: Generations of ruptures

Jill Salberg 

15.00-15.30

Live Q&A session with Jill Salberg

15.30-16.00

Working with children’s responses to transgenerational trauma 

Karen Woodall

DAY 3 / SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 / LECTURES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

09.00-14.30

Legal management of cases 

09.00-09.45

Family law and parental alienation in Portugal   

Sandra Feitor

09.45-10.15

False allegations of abuse in families 

Domagoj Štimac

10.15-11.00

Addressing false allegations in court 

Brian Ludmer

11.00-11.30

Break

11.30-13.00

Regional panel 

Legal and mental health strategies in the region 

Moderator: Lana Peto Kujundžić

Panellists: Danica Ergovac, Ana Hrabar, Eleonora Katić, Kolinda Kolar, Teodora Minčić, Sara Jerebić

13.00-13.30

Break

13.30-14.00

Duties and challenges of judges in family disputes

Renata Šantek

14.00-14.30

Protecting Practitioners – Allegations against professionals

Karen Woodall and Kelley Baker

14.30-15.00

Conference close 

Conclusions, learning, towards a new integrated model of practice informed research    

Gordana Buljan Flander, Karen Woodall, Simona Vladica, Sietska Dijkstra, Wilfred von Boch-Galau and Nick Woodall

PARALEL SESSION FOR PARENTS

09.30-11.30

Parallel Session for Parents

Karen and Nick Woodall 

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