Our training and leadership opportunities are designed to develop new practitioners in the field of parental alienation around the world.
As part of our work to drive changed practice around the problem of parental alienation, we are holding leadership retreats and practitioner development and mentoring groups.
We will regularly be updating these opportunities as we focus upon training and development in this new and emerging field of work with families. Please check back regularly for details of what is available to support your work.
For Parents 2018
About the About the workshops
This workshop is an intensive, hands on opportunity to fully explore your own case and build a strategy for managing it. During the workshop we will be guiding you through the steps of understanding and managing your case in court and giving you practical advice on how to present your case to other professionals.
We will look at the internationally recognised standards of intervention for cases of parental alienation in this series of workshops and guide you through the steps of understanding what is available in your country currently and how to choose the best practitioners available.
Learning how to get the best out of the court system and the mental health services available, we will help you to avoid the pitfalls and build a strong road to recovery for your child.
UK – June 2018 – For alienated mothers – a special retreat for nurture, care and health and wellbeing. Four days (five nights) to rest, recuperate and recover your strength as well as learn more about how to handle your case and cope with the difficulties of being alienated from your children. Book here.
Practitioner training opportunities – 2018
Antwerp -April 2018 – Development training for specialist practitioners check back for details. (In association with House of Reunification Belgium).
Amsterdam – June May 2018 – Development training for specialist practitioners, to be announced shortly.