Family Consultants In Collaborative Practice
Family consultants are usually therapists or counsellors with a background in helping adults and/or children who are going through a separation process. They may be psychologists, family mediators, counsellors have other specialised training in working with adults/children within the family context.
Family consultants can be brought into the collaborative process to help you and/or your partner work out and articulate want you want and to help and advise on ways to improve communication.
Further support is offered to help reduce conflict, to develop coping strategies for dealing with the emotional issues that may affect you, your partner and the wider family now and in the future and to help everyone to move on.
Family consultants may also work with children, seeing them separately in appropriate cases, helping them to voice their thoughts, feelings, needs and concerns.
Associate Consultants Include:
As a Resolution-recognised family consultant, Jan helps you communicate with one another so that you can make good use of collaborative law meetings, co-operate well as parents and plan for the future.
She teams with the professionals supporting you through your separation and divorce to ensure the best possible outcome for you.
Tel: 020 7404 4711 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org