“Uncoupling: From High Conflict to Conscious” Presented by LA CAMFT’s “Constructive Uncoupling” Special Interest

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“Uncoupling: From High Conflict to Conscious” Presented by LA CAMFT’s “Constructive Uncoupling” Special Interest

April 8

- $85.00 non-CAMFT members $95.00 CAMFT members5.5

In this day-long event, Katherine Woodward Thomas, LMFT, NY Times best-selling author of Conscious Uncoupling, and Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., author, president and co-founder of High Conflict Institute, will share their unique perspectives working with uncoupling clients who span the spectrum from “conscious” to “high conflict.” While some divorcing/separating couples are able to “consciously uncouple,” honoring their time together and protecting the family they created from unnecessary trauma, others engage in “high conflict” behavior escalating every negotiation into a virtual war, taking as hostages, their children, finances and mental health. How can therapists, mediators and family lawyers encourage their clients to “consciously uncouple” or, when this is not possible, constructively intervene when their clients engage in “high conflict” behavior?

Details

Date:
April 8
Cost:
$85.00 non-CAMFT members $95.00 CAMFT members5.5
Event Category:
Website:
http://tinyurl.com/Constructive-Uncoupling-SIG

Venue

Ken Edwards Center
1527 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, 90401 United States

Organizer

LA California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
Phone:
310-339-4598
Email:
Vgoldfarb@hushmail.com
Website:
http://vgoldfarb-jd-lmft.com/

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