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When we reduce the diminishing effect that acrimony has on parenting capacity, the child’s opportunity to embrace all that life has on offer… begins

Bill Hewlett

The workshop will:
• Present recent research on the profound effects that empathic engagement between a practitioner and a parent can have on reflective capacity
• Provide insights from attachment theory and neurobiology about why effective clinical engagement can have such positive impact
• Demonstrate this therapeutic intervention in practice through an interactive role-play.
• Provide an opportunity for group discussion

PACFA CONFERENCE 2014
Complexity & Connectedness In Life & Love
13-15 June 2014, Sydney, Australia
Visit PACFA at: www.pacfa.org.au

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Bill Hewlett

Bill Hewlett currently works as a trainer and supervisor in Family Dispute Resolution with Relationships Australia. He has extensive experience in child inclusive mediation having practiced as a Child Consultant for nine years. Bill provides training and supervision for Family Relationship Centres, Family Relationship Service providers and Child Protection Agencies.

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