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Fantastic course. The knowledge and delivery from Angharad is second to none. So easy to listen to and understand and so very interesting and applicable to our work and life. Victoria Syvret, Family Lawyer

With the knowledge gained a lawyer will be able to effectively assist the client to make child-centred decisions having a better understanding of any behaviours that the child may present post-separation. This course is truly invaluable!  Yaa Dankwa Ampadu-Sackey, Family Law Barrister, Lamb Building

It’s a great, informative, eye opening course which every family practitioner who represents private or public law proceedings should attend. I can highly recommend it. Helen Pittard, Family Mediator, 174 Law

Thank you to Dr. Rudkin for taking our whole team through her excellent 6 week ‘What about Henry’ training course. A really excellent insight into how children deal with and process parental separation and how we as professionals and parents can best support them and their families. Claire Dyer, Partner Blandy Blandy

The 'What About Henry' course was absolutely fantastic; so informative.  Please let me know if you are running any further courses in this line of learning. Claire Forder, Tonbridge CCC

I thought the ‘What About Henry’ Training course was excellent. It was so well presented by Dr Rudkin, very informative, well-structured and delivered at a good pace. I enjoyed each session over the 6 weeks and very much appreciated the links provided after each module. I would certainly recommend it to my fellow family mediators. Andrea Inglis, Sills Mediation

Thank you so much for this very insightful course! It was very well-pitched and really has given me a deeper understanding of how divorce impacts children. It will definitely complement my Family Law studies and I look forward to applying this knowledge. Zara Khan UoR, Law student, University of Reading

Good Knowledgeable Course, highly recommended. The team at the Guernsey Child Contact Centre.”

This course is outstanding. Learning about child development, attachment theory and the impact on children of parental separation is as essential for family lawyers as learner drivers getting to grips with the highway code. Resolution should make this sort of training and learning compulsory for all its members. Angharad Rudkin is a brilliant communicator – the sessions are accessible, excellent value and full of super helpful content for busy family law professionalsEdward Cooke, Edward Cooke Family Law

I totally recommend this course! Dr Rudkin is superb, and it's a must for lawyers and other professionals helping clients understand how best to put their children first after a relationship breakdown. Jennifer Dickson, Family Team, Withers Worldwide

I just wanted to say how interesting, informative and helpful this course has been, and for me working with supervised contact it has been superb. A huge thank you. Alison-Lesley-Smith, Relate, Dorset

I thought the  'What About Henry' training was really useful and very relevant to our work. I found Angharad's approach was easy to follow and maintained interest.

I would definitely recommend the training. Emma Cameron, Director, Parenting Apart Centre East

Thank you so much. So much food for thought. One of the best courses I have done for a long time and I have been doing family law for 23 years nearly! Suzanne Todd, Partner, Withers Worldwide

Every solicitor should do this training. James Pirrie, Director, Family Law In Partnership

"10 final year Law students from the University of Reading studying Family Law were offered the opportunity to join the 'What About Henry?' training in Autumn 2023. This was a fantastic opportunity for them to develop more rounded skills as potential future family lawyers, and supported and supplemented their studies in a really positive way. It is important that we don't just teach students what the law says in splendid academic isolation, but that we help them to develop into thoughtful lawyers who understand the wider impact of the law, and this course was perfect. Professor Amanda Millimore, University of Reading

Bringing Science To Separation

So Children Can Flourish

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