2021-08-06. Vidaresändning från Lena Hellblom Sjögren av meddelande från Family Access – Fighting for Children´s Rights
|”Breaking Through the Barriers of Grandparent Alienation”|
We will now begin at 7 PM EDT with a success story of alienated family members. Hearing from those who have reunited is an encouragement to all of us. This event we will have a mom who was alienated from her adult children and is now reunited. Also some of those alienated children will be joining us as well. They also will be available on our live chat to ask them questions during the 7-8 hour. Please join us early to see and hear from these family members.
On Sunday, September 5, 2021, Sue Cornbluth, Psy. D, will be joining us from 8-10 PM EDT for our international webinar event.
We have been averaging over 1,100 participants in 41 countries for our events. The initial event is of no charge to anyone. This is a ministry of Family Access-Fighting for Children’s Rights.
Each participant may submit one question for Dr. Cornbluth. Your one question must be in relation to the subject of Dr. Cornbluth’s presentation and can not consist of no more than 3 regular sentences in total. Deadline to submit your question is Tuesday, August 31, 2021. Please submit your question via email to email@example.com.
Please register via zoom with the link below. Deadline to register is Sunday, September 5th by 6 PM EDT. I can not help you with info after this time.
Grandparent alienation is a common problem. It happens every day, all over the world. And it is often devastating, not only for grandparents (especially in the short run), but for their grandchildren (especially in the long run).
Court is one option, but not necessarily the best option. Sometimes it’s better to avoid litigation. Sometimes litigation can make things worse. Sometimes a non-litigation approach can produce better results. Indeed, sometimes Plan A should be to avoid litigation and to focus on other possible solutions. Furthermore—and this is important—even if grandparents choose to go to court, it would still be important to have a Plan B.
Either way, two things are always essential: (1) To understand why this dynamic is occurring; and (2) To take appropriate steps to try to resolve the conflict with the “gatekeepers”—in other words, with your own children—who, for better or worse, are in a position to either promote or deny access.
In this webinar you will learn about: (1) The conflicts that lead to grandparent alienation; and (2) Specific skills and tools that grandparents can use in an attempt to resolve conflicts and gain access. The latter will include language and communication skills that can be remarkably effective when reaching out to adult children, as well as interpersonal skills such as how much to push and when to pull back.
Although this program is specifically designed for alienated grandparents, most of the points and concepts should be helpful to alienated parents, as well.
Dr. Sue Cornbluth is a certified parenting expert, coach and thought leader with international recognition, specializing in high conflict divorce and parental/grandparent alienation situations.
In 2013 Dr. Sue established Dr. Sue & You LLC, a consulting & coaching firm working with parents to help them successfully move through their high conflict divorce situations and reunite with their children. She has reunited hundreds of families with her tools and techniques. Her passion and goal is to heal family conflict with compassion. She accomplishes this through her work educating and guiding parents and professionals.
Dr. Sue currently hosts a weekly radio broadcast in Philadelphia called “The Dr. Sue Show: Beyond Divorce: We Cure Conflict” on 860AM-Talk Radio. She also is the host of the television show “Dr. Sue and You” on Roku. Both shows educate the public about how you can become the solution to any conflict in your life.
Dr. Sue has served as a child abuse and victims’ rights expert. The exposure she gained as a lead expert during the Jerry Sandusky trial directly contributed to the growing demand for her expert opinion. She has gained global recognition and is contracted for speaking engagements around the world. The Women’s Distinctive Business Magazine recognized Dr. Sue as One of the Country’s Most Distinctive Women. She is a regular contributor as a mental health expert for network television stations including NBC, Fox and CBS. She has contributed to several national publications.
Dr. Sue resides in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband and two children. She holds a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and has worked as a Psychology Professor at Temple University.
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