FORWARDED about an international webinar with LINDA GOTTLIEB

Lena Hellblom Sjögren September 21, 2021
forwarded this invitation from Family Access – Fighting för Children´s Rights


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On Sunday, October 3, 2021, Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW-R, will be our guest presenter for our international Zoom event from 8-10 PM EDT. 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 1 question for this event. To have your question submitted for Ms. Gottlieb, you must follow the following guidelines. 1.) Your question must be in relation to the subject of her presentation. 2.) It can not consist of no more than 3 sentences in total. Deadline to submit your question is Tuesday, September 28, 2021. Please email your question to familyaccessinnc@aol.com.

Click on the link below to register via Zoom
Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us05web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_b0J73RzqRkiex3xKXwtYqA


PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE OTHERS!!



A 2009 research study published in an article entitled, “Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically Principled Approach to Mental and Behavioral Health Care” published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest by Timothy Baker et. al 
reached the troubling finding that:
“Clinical psychologists’ failure to achieve a more significant impact on clinical and public health may be traced to their deep ambivalence about the role of science and their lack of adequate science training, which leads them to value personal clinical experience over research evidence, use assessment practices that have dubious psychometric support, and not use the interventions for which there is the strongest evidence of efficacy. Clinical psychology resembles medicine at a point in its history when practitioners were operating in a largely prescientific manner.”
It has been my experience that the above finding applies across the mental health community and raises a concern about ineffective treatment provided by clinicians in virtually all mental health disciplines. In no other clinical condition than one involving child abuse—which alienation indisputably involves—is the provision of best practices therapy more important. 
This presentation will highlight the most serious cognitive and clinical errors that typically arise in cases of alienation and which almost always result in catastrophic consequences to the alienated child. This presentation is also designed to equip the recipient of reunification treatment with the knowledge to hold the reunification therapist accountable to comply with the standards of clinical practice, and, if failing to do so, thereby document a case to have an incorrigible therapist replaced.

​Ms. Gottlieb gained her expertise in Family Systems Therapy by studying at the Minuchin Center for the Family where she had been personally trained by Salvador Minuchin, MD. After completing this training, she served for four years on the faculty of the Minuchin Center.Since 2003, Ms. Gottlieb has focused her practice on the diagnosis and treatment of parental alienation. She developed and provides a successful reunification intervention for severe cases of parental alienation. Ms. Gottlieb also serves as an expert witness in matters involving alienation, and she also provides training in alienation to mental health practitioners, lawyers, child protective personnel, and to others who intervene in child welfare.​​​
This email was sent to you by Family Access – Fighting for Children’s RightsWinchester
Raleigh, NC 27616
United States
www.familyaccessfightingforchildrensrights.org
​Deadline to register for this webinar event is Sunday, October 3rd by 6 PM EDT. Please make  this deadline so you do not miss this event!


A 2009 research study published in an article entitled, “Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically Principled Approach to Mental and Behavioral Health Care” published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest by Timothy Baker et. al 
reached the troubling finding that:
“Clinical psychologists’ failure to achieve a more significant impact on clinical and public health may be traced to their deep ambivalence about the role of science and their lack of adequate science training, which leads them to value personal clinical experience over research evidence, use assessment practices that have dubious psychometric support, and not use the interventions for which there is the strongest evidence of efficacy. Clinical psychology resembles medicine at a point in its history when practitioners were operating in a largely prescientific manner.”
It has been my experience that the above finding applies across the mental health community and raises a concern about ineffective treatment provided by clinicians in virtually all mental health disciplines. In no other clinical condition than one involving child abuse—which alienation indisputably involves—is the provision of best practices therapy more important. 
This presentation will highlight the most serious cognitive and clinical errors that typically arise in cases of alienation and which almost always result in catastrophic consequences to the alienated child. This presentation is also designed to equip the recipient of reunification treatment with the knowledge to hold the reunification therapist accountable to comply with the standards of clinical practice, and, if failing to do so, thereby document a case to have an incorrigible therapist replaced.


​Ms. Gottlieb gained her expertise in Family Systems Therapy by studying at the Minuchin Center for the Family where she had been personally trained by Salvador Minuchin, MD. After completing this training, she served for four years on the faculty of the Minuchin Center.Since 2003, Ms. Gottlieb has focused her practice on the diagnosis and treatment of parental alienation. She developed and provides a successful reunification intervention for severe cases of parental alienation. Ms. Gottlieb also serves as an expert witness in matters involving alienation, and she also provides training in alienation to mental health practitioners, lawyers, child protective personnel, and to others who intervene in child welfare.​​​
PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE OTHERS!!


On Sunday, October 3, 2021, Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW-R, will be our guest presenter for our international Zoom event from 8-10 PM EDT. 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 1 question for this event. To have your question submitted for Ms. Gottlieb, you must follow the following guidelines. 1.) Your question must be in relation to the subject of her presentation. 2.) It can not consist of no more than 3 sentences in total. Deadline to submit your question is Tuesday, September 28, 2021. Please email your question to familyaccessinnc@aol.com.

Click on the link below to register via Zoom
Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us05web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_b0J73RzqRkiex3xKXwtYqA


PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE OTHERS!!



A 2009 research study published in an article entitled, “Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically Principled Approach to Mental and Behavioral Health Care” published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest by Timothy Baker et. al 
reached the troubling finding that:
“Clinical psychologists’ failure to achieve a more significant impact on clinical and public health may be traced to their deep ambivalence about the role of science and their lack of adequate science training, which leads them to value personal clinical experience over research evidence, use assessment practices that have dubious psychometric support, and not use the interventions for which there is the strongest evidence of efficacy. Clinical psychology resembles medicine at a point in its history when practitioners were operating in a largely prescientific manner.”
It has been my experience that the above finding applies across the mental health community and raises a concern about ineffective treatment provided by clinicians in virtually all mental health disciplines. In no other clinical condition than one involving child abuse—which alienation indisputably involves—is the provision of best practices therapy more important. 
This presentation will highlight the most serious cognitive and clinical errors that typically arise in cases of alienation and which almost always result in catastrophic consequences to the alienated child. This presentation is also designed to equip the recipient of reunification treatment with the knowledge to hold the reunification therapist accountable to comply with the standards of clinical practice, and, if failing to do so, thereby document a case to have an incorrigible therapist replaced.

​Ms. Gottlieb gained her expertise in Family Systems Therapy by studying at the Minuchin Center for the Family where she had been personally trained by Salvador Minuchin, MD. After completing this training, she served for four years on the faculty of the Minuchin Center.Since 2003, Ms. Gottlieb has focused her practice on the diagnosis and treatment of parental alienation. She developed and provides a successful reunification intervention for severe cases of parental alienation. Ms. Gottlieb also serves as an expert witness in matters involving alienation, and she also provides training in alienation to mental health practitioners, lawyers, child protective personnel, and to others who intervene in child welfare.​​​
This email was sent to you by Family Access – Fighting for Children’s RightsWinchester
Raleigh, NC 27616
United States
www.familyaccessfightingforchildrensrights.org
​Deadline to register for this webinar event is Sunday, October 3rd by 6 PM EDT. Please make  this deadline so you do not miss this event!


A 2009 research study published in an article entitled, “Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically Principled Approach to Mental and Behavioral Health Care” published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest by Timothy Baker et. al 
reached the troubling finding that:
“Clinical psychologists’ failure to achieve a more significant impact on clinical and public health may be traced to their deep ambivalence about the role of science and their lack of adequate science training, which leads them to value personal clinical experience over research evidence, use assessment practices that have dubious psychometric support, and not use the interventions for which there is the strongest evidence of efficacy. Clinical psychology resembles medicine at a point in its history when practitioners were operating in a largely prescientific manner.”
It has been my experience that the above finding applies across the mental health community and raises a concern about ineffective treatment provided by clinicians in virtually all mental health disciplines. In no other clinical condition than one involving child abuse—which alienation indisputably involves—is the provision of best practices therapy more important. 
This presentation will highlight the most serious cognitive and clinical errors that typically arise in cases of alienation and which almost always result in catastrophic consequences to the alienated child. This presentation is also designed to equip the recipient of reunification treatment with the knowledge to hold the reunification therapist accountable to comply with the standards of clinical practice, and, if failing to do so, thereby document a case to have an incorrigible therapist replaced.

​Ms. Gottlieb gained her expertise in Family Systems Therapy by studying at the Minuchin Center for the Family where she had been personally trained by Salvador Minuchin, MD. After completing this training, she served for four years on the faculty of the Minuchin Center.Since 2003, Ms. Gottlieb has focused her practice on the diagnosis and treatment of parental alienation. She developed and provides a successful reunification intervention for severe cases of parental alienation. Ms. Gottlieb also serves as an expert witness in matters involving alienation, and she also provides training in alienation to mental health practitioners, lawyers, child protective personnel, and to others who intervene in child welfare.​​​
This email was sent to you by Family Access – Fighting for Children’s RightsWinchester
Raleigh, NC 27616
United States
www.familyaccessfightingforchildrensrights.org