Families and Children, Experiencing Separation of Parents {ChildHub Webinar in Bulgarian}

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Date of webinar: 
19 Jan 2018
Lecturer: 
Borislava Mecheva, family therapist and supervisor
Organisation/Provider/Organiser: 
Know-How Centre for Alternative Care for Children
New Bulgarian University

About the webinar: 

This webinar is designed for professionals who consult children and families in social welfare and a mental health context, as well as for parents.

Objectives:

1. Expand and deepen the understanding of processes and changes in the family system in specific transition in the life cycle - separation of parents - by presenting examples of psychological and systemic theories and practical experience

2. Summarize the possible short-term and long-term effects on the emotional state and development of the child

3. Suggest ideas for counselling children and families who experience separation, which supports a balances co-parenting process and facilitates the transition for the child.

 

The webinar will be held on 19th January, 2018 from 14.00 to 15.30 EET.

If you want to participate, please sign up by clicking the Sign Up button. The day before the webinar you will receive an e-mail with the link to the virtual room where the webinar will be held. On the day and hour of the webinar, start this link and follow the instructions.

 

About the lecturer:

Borislava Mecheva is a family therapist and supervisor, trainer at the Institute of Family Therapy – Bulgaria and board member of the Bulgarian Association of Family Therapy. She has experience as a researcher and project manager at the New Bulgarian University in the field of deinstitutionalization of childcare and counselling experience in the field of child protection against violence.

 

 

This project is funded by: