Therapeutic Parenting for Alienated Children – What it is, why it matters, how it helps – 24th March 2021
What is Therapeutic Parenting?
Therapeutic parenting is a high nurture, attuned style of parenting which assists children who have suffered early developmental trauma, to build healthy attachments.
Why does it matter for alienated children?
Alienated children are more likely to have suffered early attachment trauma and, even in circumstances where this is not the case, they are likely to be suffering from attachment disruption caused by the experience of being alienated from a parent.
Anyone who is parenting an alienated child, must be aware of the ways in which this impacts upon the child’s behaviours, responses to adult relationships and different living arrangements.
How does it help?
Alienated children require that their experience and behavioural patterns are deeply understood and responded to in ways that help them to heal. Adapting parenting styles when your children are demonstrating signs of alienation, is a crucial strategy to support their resilience and recovery.
Who is this seminar for?
Parents and carers of children who demonstrate the alignment and rejection behaviours which are typically seen when a child becomes alienated.
This seminar will also help practitioners who wish to understand how to respond to the needs of alienated children, using techniques which are based upon internal family systems therapy and therapeutic parenting.
Date: March 24th 2021 @ 4pm GMT
Duration: 2 hours with 30 minutes Q&A with Karen Woodall
Cost £40 for 1 month’s unlimited access