‘Alienation? Myths, Complexities and Possibilities … ‘
‘Alienation? Myths, complexities and possibilities …’
Last weekend I attended the AFCC Australian Chapter conference in Adelaide.
The conference topic was ‘Alienation? Myths, complexities and possibilities …’.
The calibre of the papers was excellent.
I was particularly interested in the workshop offered by Dr Philip Stahl, Psychologist, on domestic violence differentiation, personality disorders and unconscious bias.
Also of great interest was the current research on high conflict separations, alienation and children resisting contact with parents.
Early identification and intervention is the key to avoiding the escalation of ‘mere conflict’ into alienation and the devastating impact on children (regardless of age).
We heard from our local well-known Psychologists Dr Jenni Neoh and Ms Lisa Bottomley in particular about their respective intervention programs for complex family matters.
We often work with families facing experiencing particular difficulty with their post-separation parenting – with young and old children. We will be recommending Jenni and Lisa’s very special approaches to these clients in the hope of achieving an early and effective resolution.
The AFCC website provides a wealth of excellent resources, including conference papers http://afccnet.org.au/ . You may like to consider becoming a member.
We continue to offer a free 15 minute telephone consultation to your clients in need of family law advice – they simply need to call us on 9804 7991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time for one of our family law specialists to speak with them.
And remember, we’re always happy to help you out with any questions you may have.
Stay in touch,
Vanessa and the Team at Mathews Family Law