CPD & OPEN ACCESS COURSE SUMMARY
Parental alienation is a complicated, problematic, specialist area
of mental health, family functioning, social policy and law.
It disrupts attachments, psycho-developmental prospects and
quality of life for hundreds of thousands of children and their families.
CAFTT's intensive and accredited attachment based parental alienation training
updates typical approaches with modern attachment, family systems, and neuropsychology.
Parental alienation’s strategies, behaviours, vulnerabilities, triggers
and incremental impacts on children's psychological functioning
into adulthood are detailed across 16 lectures spanning around 13 hours.
Our accredited parental alienation training critically and comparatively evaluates
relevant law and practice. Evidence-based, trauma-informed and risk-based assessments
are provided to assist resolution of cases with effective professional and court management.
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