Sunshine Coast | Training
A child rejecting a parent or resisting contact is a commonly occurring phenomenon in the family law courts of Australia. This rejection requires a deeper exploration and understating of parental alienation, parental estrangement and the alienated child.
Understanding why a child rejects a parent or resists contact and what the most appropriate
response is requires a high level of critical analysis coupled with diverse skills.
In this presentation we will explore this complexity and how we can best work with children and parents.
This is a controversial area of practice and often elicits polarised views. I look forward to your thoughts and ideas about this challenging and contentious field.
Rhett’s expertise includes the management of Supporting Children After
Separation, Post Separation Cooperative Parenting, Specialist’s Children
and Family Program and Early Intervention Counselling
Parking available at The Wharf