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REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

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For lawyers, financial advisors and family and child coaches working in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice.

For lawyers, financial advisors and family and child coaches working in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice.

Use Linda's facilitation skills and experience to assist you in

  • Working independently with families who share a commonality of high conflict, high anxiety and lowered ability to manage emotional states and respond appropriately at the behavioural level

  • Managing and responding to family violence guided by clear principles, clinical theory and a sound understanding of Family Law legislation in relation to family violence and child-at-risk situations

  • Managing the anxiety inherent in issues of relocation affecting children and their families

  • Remaining neutral, objective and child focussed

  • Maintaining reflective and evaluative capabilities whilst managing the constant invitations to lose neutrality and to align with one parent and “demonise” the other

  • Managing independently the tension of sitting with disparate points of view, for example, a mother who is convinced that the father has sexually abused their child, a child who has made convincing allegations of sexual abuse and a father who vehemently denies the allegations and who provides a plausible explanation, where any forensic evidence is inconclusive.

Reflect and respond thoughtfully