MENTAL HEALTH

Mental health professional need to understand high conflict personalities and how to assist their clients in dealing with high conflict situations.

 
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Mental health professional need skills for helping their clients who have high conflict personalities or are dealing with someone else who does.

Today’s mental health professional needs to understand high conflict personalities and how to assist their clients in dealing with high conflict partners, family members, co-workers, bosses and others in addition, they need to protect themselves from liability and potential personal attacks by disgruntled clients, including on the internet, while they continue to act in an ethical manner.

Our seminars provide advanced practice skills for mental health professionals, as well as skills they can teach their clients.


Training

These seminars are intended for all types of mental health professionals – licensed therapists, psychologists, counselors, coaches, parent educators, etc. whether providing clinical services, community-based services, or developing programs for high conflict clients.

All seminars can be tailored to your area of tmental health:

  • Understanding and Managing High Conflict Personality Disorders 
  • New Ways for Families® in Separation and Divorce
  • Managing Personality-Disordered Parents
  • Working with High Conflict Clients: Ethics and Risk Management

These topics can be incorporated into any seminar:

  • Alienation
  • Ethical issues in high conflict cases
  • Child abuse
  • True and false reports of abuse
  • High conflict personalities and domestic violence
  • Managing self-represented litigants
  • Role of GALs and parenting coordinators

New Ways for Families®: Managing High Conflict Clients in Separation & Divorce

New Ways for Families® teaches four basic relationship and conflict resolution skills before the major decisions are made. These skills are: flexible thinking, managed emotions, moderate behaviors, and checking yourself (checking yourself by using these skills when new issues arise). These skills are essential to all successful relationships and to resolving conflicts. By offering New Ways counseling or our skills-based New Ways parent education course, mental health professionals can help their clients learn and practice these basic skills in a safe and supportive environment, preparing parties to move forward in the divorce or separation process in a way that is most effective and in the best interest of their children.

The goal is to reduce court appearances and reduce family conflict, thereby reducing the stress and negative impact of divorce on the children. This method is specifically designed to address domestic violence, alienation and other issues as a “gateway” to further treatment. Learn more about the program at www.NewWays4Families.com.

New Ways for Families®: Managing High Conflict Clients in Separation & Divorce
New Ways for Families® teaches four basic relationship and conflict resolution skills before the major decisions are made. These skills are: flexible thinking, managed emotions, moderate behaviors, and checking yourself (checking yourself by using these skills when new issues arise). These skills are essential to all successful relationships and to resolving conflicts. By offering New Ways counseling or our skills-based New Ways parent education course, mental health professionals can help their clients learn and practice these basic skills in a safe and supportive environment, preparing parties to move forward in the divorce or separation process in a way that is most effective and in the best interest of their children.

The goal is to reduce court appearances and reduce family conflict, thereby reducing the stress and negative impact of divorce on the children. This method is specifically designed to address domestic violence, alienation and other issues as a “gateway” to further treatment. Learn more about the program at www.NewWays4Families.com.

New Ways for Families®: Managing High Conflict Clients in Separation & Divorce
New Ways for Families® teaches four basic relationship and conflict resolution skills before the major decisions are made. These skills are: flexible thinking, managed emotions, moderate behaviors, and checking yourself (checking yourself by using these skills when new issues arise). These skills are essential to all successful relationships and to resolving conflicts. By offering New Ways counseling or our skills-based New Ways parent education course, mental health professionals can help their clients learn and practice these basic skills in a safe and supportive environment, preparing parties to move forward in the divorce or separation process in a way that is most effective and in the best interest of their children.

The goal is to reduce court appearances and reduce family conflict, thereby reducing the stress and negative impact of divorce on the children. This method is specifically designed to address domestic violence, alienation and other issues as a “gateway” to further treatment. Learn more about the program at www.NewWays4Families.com.

New Ways for Families®: Managing High Conflict Clients in Separation & Divorce

New Ways for Families® teaches four basic relationship and conflict resolution skills before the major decisions are made. These skills are: flexible thinking, managed emotions, moderate behaviors, and checking yourself (checking yourself by using these skills when new issues arise). These skills are essential to all successful relationships and to resolving conflicts. By offering New Ways counseling or our skills-based New Ways parent education course, mental health professionals can help their clients learn and practice these basic skills in a safe and supportive environment, preparing parties to move forward in the divorce or separation process in a way that is most effective and in the best interest of their children.

The goal is to reduce court appearances and reduce family conflict, thereby reducing the stress and negative impact of divorce on the children. This method is specifically designed to address domestic violence, alienation and other issues as a “gateway” to further treatment. Learn more about the program at www.NewWays4Families.com.


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