5 November 2022, Förmedling av uppgifter om föreläsning från FAMILY ACCESS – Fighting for Children´s Rights
Lena Hellblom Sjögren, who also took the photo
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|”How Brainwashing Works on Child’s Brain”|
A child’s developing brain learns primarily through experience and is shaped in many ways by their parent’s behavior throughout childhood. This program will talk about parts of a child’s brain that are easily influenced including the long-term development of the two hemispheres, the amygdala, and the corpus callosum. The issue of pruning neurons in early adolescence will be addressed which may partially erase a child’s positive memories of a previously loved parent. We will look at how the child adopts a purely negative vision of one parent (the rejected parent) based on repetition of highly emotional statements while in isolation with the other parent (the favored parent), and why allowing the isolation of a child with a high-conflict parent is to be strongly avoided.
When: Dec 4, 2022 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: ”How Brainwashing Works on a Child’s Brain” Bill Eddy
The deadline to register is Sunday, December 4, 2022 by 6 PM EST.
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Bill Eddy is co-founder and chief innovation officer of High Conflict Institute. He pioneered the High Conflict Personality Theory (HCP) and is the world’s leading expert on methods for managing disputes involving people with high conflict personalities.
Bill has worked as the senior family mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center, a certified family law specialist representing clients in family court, and a licensed clinical social worker therapist. In 2021, he received the Lifetime Achievement award from the Academy of Professional Mediators.
He serves on the faculty of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law in California and is a conjoint associate professor with the University of Newcastle Law School in Australia. He has delivered talks and trainings in more than 30 U.S. states and thirteen countries and is the author or co-author of 20 books. His popular blog on the Psychology Today website has more than 5 million views. He trains lawyers, judges, and mediators, and regularly consults on issues of alienation, family violence, and false allegations in family court cases.