Thursday September 20 & Friday September 21, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
King's University College, Vitali Student Lounge, Wemple Building, London Ontario
Two-day registration fee (lunch, coffee & snacks provided):
Students: $150 | HCF Members: $300 | Non-Members: $350
The London-Middlesex High Conflict Forum is hosting a two-day workshop for clinicians and others who work with children, youth, and families embroiled in a high conflict separation, and who wish to do so with more efficacy and less anxiety. Dr. Jeff Chang, registered psychologist from Alberta will share a conceptual map and practical tips for working with families embroiled in high-conflict separation, divorce, and parenting.
Jeff will also address key issues such as the “parental alienation” discourse, clinical supervision, and developing a school-based or agency-based response. This is a not to be missed opportunity!
About the Presenter, Dr. Jeff Chang:
Dr. Jeff Chang is Associate Professor in the Graduate Centre for Applied Psychology, Athabasca University, where he is director of the Master of Counselling program. Jeff is a Registered Psychologist (AB) and Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Over thirty years, Jeff has worked in children’s mental health, employee assistance programs, and private practice, and with families embroiled in high- conflict separation and divorce for twenty-two of them. He publishes in the areas of high conflict divorce, clinical supervision, child and family therapy, and school-based counselling. Jeff’s current practice focuses on high conflict divorce. He provides clinical supervision at Calgary Family Therapy Centre and to Provisional Registered Psychologists. Jeff is the editor of the Canadian School Counselling Review.
Dr. Chang will also be the keynote speaker at the London Family Court Clinic’s Annual General Meeting the evening of September 20. More details about the Annual General Meeting to come
This event is hosted by the London Family Court Clinic, and the School of Social Work - King’s University College at Western University.
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