25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

WHEN MARRIAGE ENDS & NEW PROBLEMS BEGIN – KEEPING YOUTH & CLINICIANS SAFE IN HIGH CONFLICT DIVORCE

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The presentation will include an overview of high conflict divorce and the unique challenges it presents for families, as well as clinicians providing services to them. Particular attention will be given to the developing knowledge base about resist/refuse dynamics — when children resist or refuse parent-time — factors that contribute to this, as well as intervention strategies using evidence-based treatment. Dr. Malovich will also provide an overview of various treatment roles in high conflict divorce for the mental health professional, including discussion of ethical issues that are common to these cases and how to avoid such pitfalls. Case studies that illustrate challenges and solutions commonly encountered in high conflict divorce will be discussed, along with in-session exercises to develop the attendees’ skills in responding to these.

After attending this workshop, you will leave able to:

1) Develop policies and procedures to protect you legally, ethically, and personally when working with individuals and/or families involved with high-conflict divorce and the effects thereof; and,
2) Run through multiple case studies demonstrating the issues which must be considered from charting and documentation to therapeutic interventions, letter writing, witness roles, communication restrictions, et cetera.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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