Individual sessions or sessions with both former partners may be possible, depending on the circumstances and goals of the clients.
This process is invaluable for parents who want to protect their children from conflict, while navigating separation. Treatment typically moves through three stages:
grief and recovery;
achieving clear, conflict free communication and establishing shared parenting;
setting up two happy homes.
She comes from the perspective that it is possible for children to thrive and families to function well after divorce. Emily works closely with family lawyers to help minimise conflict and to move towards a resolution.
She is currently in the process of qualifying as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with The College of Law.
This will enable her to draw up parenting plans and financial agreements as an alternative to the courts.