Supporting Children When Parents Separate In the Age of No Fault Divorce.
AN ONLINE RESOURCE FROM THE CENTRE FOR SOCIAL POLICY
Dr Christopher Clulow, a consultant visiting lecturer at Tavistock Relationships, interviews renowned researcher and Family Law Professor Mervyn Murch on his latest publication: Supporting Children When Parents Separate. Embedding a Crisis Intervention Approach within Family Justice, Education and Mental Health Policy.
In each FREE chapter link, Murch discusses his views and research into family proceedings and the systemic models designed to promote the well-being of children affected by the separation of their parents.
The full video is below.
you can skip to chapter within the video:
• Biographical context
• The experience of children affected by parental separation
• The ‘first responder’ role opportunities for schools and their staff
• The need for ‘passage agent’ support for children from those working in family courts
• The challenge of conceptualising family justice as a system
• The problem of collaborating between different professional disciplines
• The case for interdisciplinary studies
• The value of symbols in conveying and encapsulating the search for balance
• Summary and conclusion
This video is ideal for policy makers and those working in education, mental health and family justice systems.
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