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This workshop will discuss the connection between high conflict divorce and trauma in children. The workshop will review factors that contribute to high conflict (including substance use, domestic violence, personality disorders and mental health,) discuss assessment children’s needs during and after divorce and understand the applications of polyvagal theory when working with these children. This workshop is based on the premise of a child centered system, and strengthening coping and resilience.
1. Participants will identify three contributors that escalate divorce into high conflict. 2. Participants will be able recognize the application of polyvagal theory and the child’s response to divorce. 3. Participants will learn to assess the impacts of traumatic experiences from high conflict divorce.
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