Alyson Jones will be presenting with esteemed lawyer and legal researcher John-Paul Boyd at the Working with High Conflict Families in Transition: Innovations and Best Practices in Dealing with High Conflict and Domestic Violence and – International Family Disputes and -Alienation between Children and Parents.
Their presentation topic on Now What? Evaluating Interventions When Attachment Disruption Is Identified 2. Panel Presentation of Parent Child Contact Problems, will take place over May 31st, June 1 and 2, 2018.
This symposium will bring together a multidisciplinary group of professionals who will present and share their best practices and innovative approaches and programs in dealing with High Conflict Families who are experiencing a number of difficulties as they transition from an intact family to a co-parenting situation. The primary goal of the symposium is to bring together professionals who are experts in their fields and who have brought about innovations in the various subjects discussed in the document.
The symposium will privilege a “think tank approach” where the participants will be presenting their pioneering programs and projects and will be leaving the symposium with a new direction to guide professionals. Ultimately, a permanent think tank dealing with high conflict families in transition will be created in order to set in motion the novel and innovative programs as we move into the 21st century.