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Those of us working with families going through divorce can now benefit from significant quantities of high quality, insightful academic research to help us achieve the best possible outcomes for children.

 

 

 

 

 

What about Henry? summarises the most up-to-date and relevant findings in a focused and grounded way to make your practice more psychologically informed and child centered.

This acclaimed training course is specifically designed to give any professional working with parents a deeper understanding of how children see the world and how separation can impact on their lives.

What about Henry? is a training course specifically designed to give any professional working with parents a deeper understanding of how separation and divorce can impact on children’s lives.

What about Henry? is written and delivered by Clinical Psychologist, Dr Angharad Rudkin.

At the end of this course you will:

 

  • have a greater understanding of what it means to “put the child’s needs first”

  • benefit from improved understanding and insight into your relationships with your clients

  • feel more confident about handling difficult issues which will reduce work stress and improve well being

  • handle children cases more effectively

  • have enhanced your expertise and the reputation of your practice

  • have undertaken 6 learning hours 

 

All delegates will receive a certificate of completion and a badge for their website.

Who is this course designed for?

This programme has been specially prepared for Family Law Solicitors/Trainees, Paralegals, Mediators, Barristers, Chartered Legal Executives, Counsellors, Family Support Workers, Children’s Guardians, Family Court Advisors, Social Workers, Teachers, Magistrates, Divorce Coaches, Child Contact Centre Staff, Therapists and Counsellors.

Cost

As a Social Enterprise is it our aim to make this training as accessible as possible. We have done our best to reflect this in the pricing which you can find HERE.

The training for professionals working with families going through separation and divorce.

Bringing Science To Separation 

So Children Can Flourish

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