A two-day training program for mental health professionals, mediators, custody evaluators, lawyers, judges, and other professionals who work with high conflict families.
Parents who are in chronic high conflict pose particular difficulties for the courts, the professionals who are involved with them, and their children. This two-day training will examine the role and functions of the parenting coordinator, the knowledge base for being an effective PC, and the interventions helpful to reduce conflict. Participants will have the opportunity to develop core knowledge and skills, understand the PC process and the strategies to help parents improve cooperation and communication. Participants will learn how to apply decision making methods and effectively write agreements and decisions.
This two -day training program is designed to help you:
Identify the psychological dynamics of high conflict families and the impact on children
Describe the parenting coordinator’s objectives, role, and functions;
Identify the qualifications and skills needed to be a parenting coordinator
Design an effective parenting coordinator contract
Create procedures for screening and initiating cases,
Learn interventions to help parents reduce conflict and develop a more functional relationship
that focuses on the best interests of the children
Draft effective agreements and decisions
Explain when and how to include children in the parenting coordination process;
Identify ethical challenges in parenting coordination
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