‘I want children to see their parents with open eyes’ - Dr Jennifer Neoh on her new groundbreaking type of family therapy
May 20, 2019
Dr Jennifer Neoh discusses:
- Her unique family therapy where she works intensively with families for 4 full days consecutively (as opposed to say for a session once a week ongoing). Including a breakdown of what occurs during this therapy on each day.
- History of how this therapy was created, including drawing on experiences from family law in the USA.
- How this therapy has worked in complex cases, including where there is a rejected parent, children with anxiety and also importantly in cases where there is family violence.
- 'Alienation' or 'rejected parent' cases.
- Cognitive behavioural work with children with anxiety.
- The importance of fun during the therapy.
- Her views about reunification therapy and also her views on other more conventional therapies that involve say one meeting for a limited period once a week ongoing and some of the potential risks of this kind of therapy.
- Her approach focusing on parties behaviours rather than insight.
- The future of her approach to therapy.
- The AFCC (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts)
- New additional qualification being offered to family report writers.
Dr Neoh is available at 66 Mount St, Heidelberg VIC 3084 or on (03) 9458 1733.
For more information on Zoë Durand (lawyer, mediator) or her Inside Family Law podcast and book go to www.mediationanswers.com.au