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Online training for shared parenting

At events in Glasgow (23rd October PM) and in Edinburgh (24th October AM) Megan Hunter from the High Conflict Institute in San Diego will talk about their new programme of online training intended to help separated parents to move on from their disputes with their ex-partner.  
Lawyers, mediators and other family support professionals who work with separating parents are invited to hear how this online training helps parents strengthen conflict resolution and co-parenting skills.  Click on one of the event links above to book a free place.
New Ways for Families® teaches four basic relationship and conflict resolution skills: flexible thinking, managed emotions, moderate behaviours and checking yourself (checking yourself by reminding yourself to use these skills when new issues arise).
This 12-module online training programme will soon be available in Scotland supplemented by face-to-face or online coaching provided by Shared Parenting Scotland (formerly Families Need Fathers Scotland).

Megan Hunter is a speaker, author, and international expert on high-conflict disputes, complicated relationships, and Borderline Personality Disorder. She has over 13 years experience as the Family Law Specialist with the Arizona Supreme Court, and Child Support Manager of the Dawes County Attorney’s Office in Nebraska.

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