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High Conflict Separation & Divorce Basics: 13 Part Series (Audio)

The series is for separating or divorcing parents, and for professionals who want to know more about the most important issues that parents deal with in high-conflict divorce and separation, and co-parenting with a high-conflict parent.

The series:

  • Session 1 – High Conflict Separation & Divorce Basics
    The basics about what makes a case “high conflict” and how to prepare yourself.

    Session 2 – Managing Your Case When You Don’t Have an Attorney
    This session provides information about managing your high-conflict separation or divorce when you do not have an attorney representing you. These are difficult to navigate without an attorney, so you will need to be prepared with a clear strategy.

    Session 3 – Educating the Court about High-Conflict Personalities
    It can be difficult for courts to get a full understanding of a case in the brief time they have with each family. This session helps you understand the most effective way to present information about high-conflict personalities to the court.

    Session 4 – How to Handle False Accusations
    False accusations often accompany high-conflict cases. This session helps you prepare for and respond to them.

    Session 5 – How to Help My Child if I Am Concerned or a Court Has Determined that He/She Has Been Abused
    The way you deal with your child is very important, in terms of not appearing to influence your child, while also supporting your child and getting professional assistance.

    Session 6 – Managing Your Relationship with a High-Conflict Co-Parent
    Having a manageable relationship with a high-conflict co-parent is imperative for the best interests of your children. This session provides you with tools and techniques to best manage that relationship.

    Session 7 – Managing Relationships with Your Children During & After a High-Conflict Divorce or Separation
    Kids are sometimes used as weapons or leverage in high-conflict cases and may have turned against one parent. This session gives you the tools that you can use to manage the relationship without fighting it out in court.

    Session 8 – Should I Request a Custody Evaluation?
    A custody evaluation may or may not be the best option in your case. This session helps you determine whether to request one or not.

    Session 9 – Types of Custody & Access (Visitation/Parenting Time) Arrangements, and Requesting Supervised Visits
    This session explain various types of custody and parenting time arrangements that are in the best interests of the children, and helps you determine whether to request supervised visits or not.

    Session 10 – For Grandparents: Having & Managing Relationships with an Adult Child and Grandchildren When the Other Parent is High-Conflict
    This session is specifically for grandparents who experience difficulties having a relationship with their grandchildren or an adult child due to a high-conflict parent.

    Session 11 – Preventing Your Child from Developing High-Conflict Behaviors from the Other Parent’s Influence
    This session offers steps you can take yourself to keep your children from developing high-conflict behaviors.

    Session 12 – When to go to Court and When to Handle It Yourself
    Knowing when an issue requires court intervention or not can be confusing. This session offers guidance when making this decision.

    Session 13 – Best Use of Parent Coordinators, and Educating Parent Coordinators About High-Conflict Personalities
    In jurisdictions that use Parenting Coordinators, knowing when and how to utilize their services and how to educate them about high-conflict personalities is helpful.

The presenter

Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. is the co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of the High Conflict Institute in San Diego, California. He pioneered the High Conflict Personality Theory (HCP) and has become an expert on managing disputes involving people with high conflict personalities. He was the Senior Family Mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center for 15 years, a Certified Family Law Specialist lawyer representing clients in family court for 15 years, and a licensed clinical social worker therapist with twelve years’ experience.

He serves on the faculty of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law in California and is a Conjoint Associate Professor with the University of Newcastle Law School in Australia. He has been a speaker and trainer in over 30 U.S. states and 10 countries.

He is the author or co-author of twenty books and has a popular blog on the Psychology Today website with millions of views.

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