Group Therapy for High-Conflict Divorce: A Workbook for the 'no Kids in the Middle' Intervention Programme (Paperback)

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Group Therapy for High-Conflict Divorce: A Workbook for the 'no Kids in the Middle' Intervention Programme (Paperback)

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Group Therapy for High-Conflict Divorce: A Workbook for the 'No Kids in the Middle' Intervention Programme is an essential resource for reframing the divorce process to centre the child.

This workbook supports parents and practitioners using the No Kids in the Middle intervention programme, a multi-family approach for high-conflict divorce that aims to reduce psychosocial adjustment problems among children. Bridging the gap between therapy sessions and daily life, it offers exercises, testimonials and tips to stimulate parents to reflect on their own behaviour from a child's perspective. Alongside the core text Group Therapy for High-Conflict Divorce (2021), this will be a vital tool in a mediation process that aims to identify and end destructive patterns, to increase acceptance and to establish parenting plans to ensure the wellbeing of children.

This book will be of interest to parents going through divorce as well as to social workers and family therapists who are looking for practical guidance to support their clients. The variety of tools contained in this workbook supplement Group Therapy for High-Conflict Divorce and will aid those working through the No Kids in the Middle programme.

Erik van der Elst is a couples and family therapist and drama therapist at the Lorentzhuis, the Netherlands. Chairman of trainers at the Lorentzhuis, he specialises in working with high-conflict divorces.Jeroen Wierstra is a couples and family therapist and systemic art therapist (drama), teacher and supervisor of systemic practices at the Lorentzhuis, the Netherlands. He specialises in working with high-conflict divorces and non-violent resistance (NVR) for parents.Justine van Lawick is a clinical psychologist, family therapist and co-founder of the Lorentzhuis. She is a senior trainer in the Netherlands and abroad.Margreet Visser is a clinical psychologist/psychotherapist and senior researcher at The Children's Trauma Center, the Netherlands. She specialises in working with traumatized children and their families. Her research focuses on the impact of destructive parental conflicts on children and family.
Product Details ISBN: 9780367539610
ISBN-10: 0367539616
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: December 30th, 2022
Pages: 106
Language: English