OPENING DIALOGICAL SPACE IN HIGH CONFLICT DIVORCED PARENTS
Professor JUSTINE VAN LAWICK, Ph.D
May 19 2018
Salon de Actos del Hospital Materno-Infantil del Gregorio Marañón. Calle O’Donnell 50. 28009 Madrid
Prof. Justine Van Lawick, Ph.D.
Senior Trainer and Family Therapy Program Director
Lorentzhuis Center for Systemic Therapy, Training and Consultation
Clinical psychologist, Systemic family therapist.
This is a one day workshop focused on dialogical therapy with high conflict divorced parents and their children and in how to make dialogical space in the monological world of parents that demonise each other.
(1) see family violence as an interactional dynamic with demonization,
(2) understand the dynamic of demonisation,
(3) learn to sustain attention for the children,
(4) help the parents evolve from the monological language of perpetrator and victim to a dialogical view
Dr. Van Lawick workshop will include theoretical presentations and video clips visioning, followed by dialogues, cases studies and practical exercises.
This is a course for professionals of mental health and related fields (e.g., psychiatrists, medical doctors, psychologists, nurses, social workers, educators) and to users of mental heath systems and their families. Because the nature of the learning process is case-oriented and experiential, students who have attended previous workshops on Dialogical Practices will benefit from this course as well as beginners.
This is a course for professionals of mental health and related fields (e.g., psychiatrists, medical doctors, psychologists, nurses, social workers, educators).
May 19, 2018
Evening: (15.30 -20.00)
Please send your registration form with a receipt of your payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org before May 15th
Professionals: 80 Euros
Students: 70 Euros
(lunch and coffee not included)
Solicitada la acreditación a FEAP
Certificado de Unoymas Relational Development
Maria Munoz-Grandes, M.SC., M.A., M.Ed.
Ignacio Garcia , M.D
Maribel Blazquez, Ph.D
Unoymas Relational Development
Servicio de Psiquiatría B del HGU Gregorio Marañón