Looking Forward to a Productive Year
for Overcoming Barriers
- We plan to develop a second mental health online training in collaboration with William James College. Work has already begun on the content and we expect it to be available by mid 2020. Stay tuned for updates!
Until then, our 28 hour online training entitledHigh Conflict Coparenting: Interventions for Children’s Alignment and Resistance continues to attract clinicians worldwide. We’ve expanded enrollment and participation. You can still sign up for the January 2019 session which ends in June.
- We spent 2018 working on a curriculum for Judges and Lawyers that will parallel that for mental health professionals. In 2019 we plan to offer several webinars online and are working on a collaboration with a law school to develop a multi module online course for 2020.
- Camp Immersion Training for experienced mental health professionals to learn the OCB psycho-educational and experiential skills building curriculum in a camp setting with the training staff of Amy Armstrong, LISW and Leslie Drozd, Ph.D.
We are authoring a companion book to our coparenting guide entitled,Overcoming Malignant Family Conflict: Coparenting Nuts and Bolts, that will provide parents with pragmatic tips about how to work as an effective post divorce family keeping the best interests of the children in mind.
- Additionally we received a grant to begin work on a Spanish version of our very popular Overcoming the Coparenting Trap: Essential Parenting Skills When a Child Resists a Parent.
www.overcomingbarriers.org for more information about our NEW fee structure and What’s New for 2019. The Board renewed its financial commitment to camp this past year and your support goes a long way to help sustain this important component of our work.
- Effective and accessible family-centered programs
- Professional development and training
- Education to advance the field of knowledge
- Awareness of innovative approaches for these families