High Conflict Parenting Post Separation

High Conflict Parenting Post Separation
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Author: Eia Asen,Emma Morris
Pages: 156
ISBN: 1138603600
Release: 2020-03-02
Editor: Routledge

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

High-Conflict Parenting Post-Separation: The Making and Breaking of Family Ties describes an innovative approach for families where children are caught up in their parents' acrimonious relationship - before, during and after formal legal proceedings have been initiated and concluded. This first book in a brand-new series by researchers and clinicians at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) outlines a model of therapeutic work which involves children, their parents and the wider family and social network. The aim is to protect children from conflict between their parents and thus enable them to have healthy relationships across both 'sides' of their family network. High-Conflict Parenting Post-Separation is written for professionals who work with high-conflict families - be that psychologists, psychiatrists, child and adult psychotherapists, family therapists, social workers, children's guardians and legal professionals including solicitors and mediators, as well as students and trainees in all these different disciplines. The book should also be of considerable interest for parents who struggle with post-separation issues that involve their children.

High Conflict Parenting Post Separation

High Conflict Parenting Post Separation
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Author: Eia Asen,Emma Morris
Pages: 156
ISBN: 9780429889301
Release: 2020-03-12
Editor: Routledge

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

High-Conflict Parenting Post-Separation: The Making and Breaking of Family Ties describes an innovative approach for families where children are caught up in their parents’ acrimonious relationship - before, during and after formal legal proceedings have been initiated and concluded. This first book in a brand-new series by researchers and clinicians at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) outlines a model of therapeutic work which involves children, their parents and the wider family and social network. The aim is to protect children from conflict between their parents and thus enable them to have healthy relationships across both ‘sides’ of their family network. High-Conflict Parenting Post-Separation is written for professionals who work with high-conflict families – be that psychologists, psychiatrists, child and adult psychotherapists, family therapists, social workers, children’s guardians and legal professionals including solicitors and mediators, as well as students and trainees in all these different disciplines. The book should also be of considerable interest for parents who struggle with post-separation issues that involve their children.

Parenting After Divorce

Parenting After Divorce
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Author: Philip Michael Stahl
Pages: 194
ISBN: 1886230846
Release: 2007
Editor: Impact Publishers

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

This revised and updated second edition features ideas from the latest research, more information on long-distance parenting, dealing with the courts, and working with a difficult co-parent. "Parents argue a lot before a divorce," says Dr. Stahl. "If they continue to argue after the divorce, their children will suffer." Stahl knows parents are not perfect, and he uses that knowledge to show imperfect parents how to settle their differences in the best interests of the children. Often required reading in court-mandated divorce education classes.

Parenting Coordination in Postseparation Disputes

Parenting Coordination in Postseparation Disputes
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Author: Shirley Ann Higuchi,Stephen J. Lally
Pages: 298
ISBN: 143381739X
Release: 2014
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Parenting coordination is a sophisticated, collaborative effort among psychologists, counselors, social workers, mediators, and legal professionals that helps divorcing parents avoid further litigation while working together in the best interests of their child. This one-stop text contains all the information legal and mental health providers need to manage and resolve high-conflict custody disputes outside of the courts. Initial chapters describe the history of the field and the basic competencies needed to undertake parenting coordination work as well as the practical necessities for running a parenting coordination practice. The authors guide readers through the often difficult push-pull of parenting coordination sessions and describe empirically validated behavioral change techniques that bring results with even the most high-conflict parents. Suggestions for dealing with domestic violence are also provided. Additional resources include practice guidelines from APA and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.

Children Who Resist Post Separation Parental Contact

Children Who Resist Post Separation Parental Contact
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Author: Barbara Jo Fidler,Nicholas Bala,Michael A. Saini
Pages: 299
ISBN: 9780199895496
Release: 2012-09-13
Editor: Oxford University Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Interest in the problem of children who resist contact with or become alienated from a parent after separation or divorce is growing, due in part to parents' increasing frustrations with the apparent ineffectiveness of the legal system in handling these unique cases. There is a need for legal and mental health professionals to improve their understanding of, and response to, this polarizing social dynamic. Children Who Resist Post-Separation Parental Contact is a critical, empirically based review of parental alienation that integrates the best research evidence with clinical insight from interviews with leading scholars and practitioners. The authors - Fidler, Bala, and Saini - a psychologist, a lawyer and a social worker, are an multidisciplinary team who draw upon the growing body of mental health and legal literature to summarize the historical development and controversies surrounding the concept of "alienation" and explain the causes, dynamics, and differentiation of various types of parent-child relationship issues. The authors review research on prevalence, risk factors, indicators, assessment, and measurement to form a conceptual integration of multiple factors relevant to the etiology and maintenance of the problem of strained parent-child relationships. A differential approach to assessment and intervention is provided. Children's rights, the role of their wishes and preferences in legal proceedings, and the short- and long-term impact of parental alienation are also discussed. Considering legal, clinical, prevention, and intervention strategies, and concluding with recommendations for practice, research, and policy, this book is a much-needed resource for mental health professionals, judges, family lawyers, child protection workers, mediators, and others who work with families dealing with divorce, separation, and child custody issues.

The High Conflict Custody Battle

The High Conflict Custody Battle
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Author: Amy J. L. Baker,J. Michael Bone,Brian Ludmer
Pages: 232
ISBN: 9781626250758
Release: 2014-11-01
Editor: New Harbinger Publications

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Is your ex-spouse trying to gain custody of your kids? Has he or she launched a campaign to make you look like a bad parent, both in the eyes of your children and the law? You aren’t alone. Unfortunately, high-conflict custody battles are all-too-common in today’s world. So how can you arm yourself with the mental and legal resources needed to survive this difficult time and keep your kids safe? In The High-Conflict Custody Battle, a team of legal and psychology experts present a practical guidebook for people like you who are engaged in a high-conflict custody battle. If you are dealing with an overtly hostile, inflammatory, deceitful, or manipulative ex-spouse, you will learn how to find and work with an attorney and prepare for a custody evaluation. The book also provides helpful tips you can use to defend yourself against false accusations, and gives a realistic portrayal of what to expect during a legal fight. Going through a divorce is hard, but going through a custody battle can feel like war. Don’t go in unprepared. With this book as your guide, you will be able to navigate this difficult process and learn powerful skills that will help you maintain a healthy relationship with your kids, fight unfair accusations, and uphold your rights as a parent.

Parenting Apart

Parenting Apart
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Author: Christina McGhee
Pages: 416
ISBN: 9781101188903
Release: 2010-08-03
Editor: Penguin

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

The ultimate resource for separated and divorced parents, written by an internationally acclaimed expert on divorce and its impact on children. This comprehensive and empowering guide is filled with practical, effective ways to minimize the effects of divorce on children, and offers immediate solutions to the most critical parenting problems divorce brings. In this go-to resource, Christina McGhee addresses the issues of utmost importance to parents: ? How and when to tell the children about the divorce ? Guiding children through transition ?Helping children cope with having two homes ?Dealing with finances ?Managing a difficult relationship with an ex ?And more Offering advice on explaining things to every age group-from toddlers to teenagers-in plain, consistent, and age-appropriate terms, Parenting Apart also offers practical suggestions for parents to help them maintain their own sense of stability and take care of their own well-being while taking care of their kids.

Tug of War

Tug of War
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Author: Harvey Brownstone
Pages: 200
ISBN: 9781554903467
Release: 2009-03
Editor: ECW Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Explaining complex family law concepts and procedures in a jargon-free style, this resource includes detailed information on how family court works, offers easily understandable case examples, and describes alternatives to litigation that are designed to help prevent families with children from entering the legal system to resolve disputes. Exploring subjects that apply to all parties involved in resolving separation, divorce, and custody conflictsjudges, lawyers, mediators, parenting coaches, psychologists, family counselors, and social workersthis reference demystifies the role of lawyers and judges, debunks the myth that parents can represent themselves in court, and examines each parents responsibility to ensure that post-separation conflicts are resolved with minimal emotional stress to children.

Family Law and the Indissolubility of Parenthood

Family Law and the Indissolubility of Parenthood
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Author: Patrick Parkinson
Pages: 329
ISBN: 9781139497763
Release: 2011-02-21
Editor: Cambridge University Press

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

There are few areas of public policy in the Western world where there is as much turbulence as in family law. Often the disputes are seen in terms of an endless war between the genders. Reviewing developments over the last 30 years in North America, Europe and Australasia, Patrick Parkinson argues that, rather than just being about gender, the conflicts in family law derive from the breakdown of the model on which divorce reform was predicated in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Experience has shown that although marriage may be freely dissoluble, parenthood is not. Dealing with the most difficult issues in family law, this book charts a path for law reform that recognizes that the family endures despite the separation of parents, while allowing room for people to make a fresh start and prioritizing the safety of all concerned when making decisions about parenting after separation.

Family Conflict after Separation and Divorce

Family Conflict after Separation and Divorce
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Author: Jim Sheehan
Pages: 329
ISBN: 9781137606587
Release: 2021
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education

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Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other

Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other
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Author: Lauren J. Behrman,Jeffrey Zimmerman
Pages: 200
ISBN: 9781626259065
Release: 2018-05-01
Editor: New Harbinger Publications

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Hate your ex but love your kids? If so, this much-needed guide offers practical tips and strategies to help you manage intense emotions, deal with shame and blame, and create a peaceful, loving environment for your children. Let’s face it—divorce is tough. In a high-conflict divorce, your ex may attempt to undermine your relationship with your children, blame you for the failed marriage, and be hostile toward you in general. Unfortunately, this negativity can affect your kids, too. You need to break the cycle of rage and conflict now, for their sake. This book can help. Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other offers powerful skills based in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and values-based parenting to help you both take control of your emotions. You’ll get tools to help you identify cycles of conflict, as well as strategies for breaking these cycles before they get out of hand. You’ll also learn strategies to effectively communicate with one another and your children in a way that is healthy and productive. If you’re going through a high-conflict divorce, you need real tools to help you manage the pain and anger that can follow. This book will show you the skills you need to go from ex to co-parent, and start rebuilding your—and your child’s—life.

Keeping Kids Out of the Middle

Keeping Kids Out of the Middle
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Author: Benjamin Garber
Pages: 292
ISBN: 9780757307119
Release: 2008-08-11
Editor: Health Communications, Inc.

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Offers advice and information on co-parenting in the middle of a divorce or separation.

The Co Parenting Handbook

The Co Parenting Handbook
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Author: Karen Bonnell
Pages: 288
ISBN: 9781632171474
Release: 2017-08-22
Editor: Sasquatch Books

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

A valuable resource for parents who are transitioning from being married with children to co-parenting together, this handbook will help ensure kids and co-parents thrive. Parents need help to confidently take on the challenges of guiding children through divorce or separation and raising them skillfully in two homes. The authors, both trusted divorce and co-parenting coaches, provide the road map for all family members to safely navigate the difficult emotional terrain through separation/divorce and beyond. Addressing parents’ questions about the emotional impact of separation, conflict, grief, and recovery, the authors share their well-tested and reassuring guidance on how to move from angry, hurt partners to constructive, successful co-parents who are able to put their children’s needs first. Chock-full of strategies to help resolve day-to-day issues, create boundaries, and establish guidelines.

Don t Alienate the Kids

Don t Alienate the Kids
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Author: Bill Eddy
Pages: 295
ISBN: 9781936268030
Release: 2010-03-30
Editor: Unhooked Books

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

An examination of the child alienation problem from the perspective of a lawyer/therapist/mediator who trains professionals on managing high-conflict disputes.

Impasses Of Divorce

Impasses Of Divorce
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Author: Janet R. Johnston,Linda E. Campbell,Judith S. Wallerstein
Pages: 272
ISBN: 9780684871011
Release: 1999-05-01
Editor: Simon and Schuster

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Working with High conflict Families of Divorce

Working with High conflict Families of Divorce
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Author: Mitchell A. Baris,Christine A. Coates,Betsy B. Duvall,Elaine T. Johnson,Carla Garrity
Pages: 302
ISBN: UOM:39015049646675
Release: 2001
Editor: Jason Aronson Incorporated

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

This practical handbook defines the dynamics of high conflict, explains its impact on children, identifies the specific role of the professional, and offers specific techniques that have proven helpful.

Parenting Plan Evaluations

Parenting Plan Evaluations
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Author: Kathryn Kuehnle,Leslie Drozd
Pages: 612
ISBN: 9780199754021
Release: 2012-01-20
Editor: OUP USA

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

When conducting parenting plan evaluations, mental health professionals need to be aware of a myriad of different factors. More so than in any other form of forensic evaluation, they must have an understanding of the most current findings in developmental research, behavioral psychology, attachment theory, and legal issues to substantiate their opinions. With a number of publications on child custody available, there is an essential need for a text focused on translating the research associated with the most important topics within the family court. This book addresses this gap in the literature by presenting an organized and in-depth analysis of the current research and offering specific recommendations for applying these findings to the evaluation process. Written by experts in the child custody arena, chapters cover issues associated with the most important and complex issues that arise in family court, such as attachment and overnight timesharing with very young children, dynamics between divorced parents and children's potential for resiliency, co-parenting children with chronic medical conditions and developmental disorders, domestic violence during separation and divorce, gay and lesbian co-parents, and relocation, among others. The scientific information provided in these chapters assists forensic mental health professionals to proffer empirically-based opinions, conclusions and recommendations. Parenting Plan Evaluations is a must-read for legal practitioners, family law judges and attorneys, and other professionals seeking to understand more about the science behind child custody evaluations.

The Truth About Children and Divorce

The Truth About Children and Divorce
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Author: Robert E. Emery Ph.D.
Pages: 336
ISBN: 9781101157015
Release: 2006-01-31
Editor: Penguin

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Nationally recognized expert Robert Emery applies his twenty-five years of experience as a researcher, therapist, and mediator to offer parents a new road map to divorce. Dr. Emery shows how our powerful emotions and the way we handle them shape how we divorce—and whether our children suffer or thrive in the long run. His message is hopeful, yet realistic—divorce is invariably painful, but parents can help promote their children’s resilience. With compassion and authority, Dr. Emery explains: • Why it is so hard to really make divorce work • How anger and fighting can keep people from really separating • Why legal matters should be one of the last tasks • Why parental love—and limit setting—can be the best “therapy” for kids • How to talk to children, create workable parenting schedules, and more

Parenting Coordination

Parenting Coordination
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Author: Dr. Debra K. Carter, Ph.D.
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9780826106483
Release: 2011-02-18
Editor: Springer Publishing Company

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Parenting Coordination is a child-centered process for conflicted divorced and divorcing parents. The Parenting Coordinator (PC) makes decisions to help high-conflict parents who cannot agree to parenting decisions on their own. This professional text serves as a training manual for use in all states and provinces which utilize Parenting Coordination, addressing the intervention process and the science that supports it. The text offers up-to-date research, a practical guide for training, service provision, and references to relevant research for quality parenting coordination practice. Specifically, this book describes the integrated model of Parenting Coordination, including the Parent Coordinator's professional role, responsibilities, protocol for service, and ethical guidelines.

The Challenging Child

The Challenging Child
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Author: Stanley I. Greenspan,With *,Jacqueline Salmon
Pages: 318
ISBN: UOM:39015031725750
Release: 1995-01-20
Editor: Da Capo Lifelong Books

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK:

Identifies and offers advice for understanding children who are highly sensitive, self-absorbed, defiant, inattentive, and active/aggressive