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Working with Parents who Hate their Former Partners

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Pilgrim House

69 Northbourne Avenue

Canberra, ACT 2601

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High conflict family law cases have been consistently identified as difficult, complex, time consuming and costly. They place great strain on individuals, practitioners and courts as well as on the family law and child support systems.

Presenters in this session will explore 'interparental hatred' as a key relationship dynamic driving some high-conflict cases and explore several strategies for professionals working with parents in the grips of entrenched hatred.

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  • Dr Steve Demby a clinical psychologist from New York City

  • Professor Lawrence Moloney a practising psychologist, family therapist and family mediator from Sydney

  • Banu Moloney is a lecturer at The Bouverie Centre and La Trobe University

  • Associate Professor Bruce Smyth with the ANU.

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