Don't Alienate the Kids by Bill Eddy audiobook

Don't Alienate the Kids: Raising Resilient Children While Avoiding High-Conflict Divorce, 10th Anniversary Edition

By Bill Eddy
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In this tenth anniversary edition of Don't Alienate the Kids! attorney, mediator, and therapist Bill Eddy shows listeners how to protect children from the harm of alienation and high-conflict divorce, boosting their resilience by teaching them to think flexibly, manage their emotions, and moderate their behaviors. We all know breakups can get ugly. But sometimes they can get downright vicious, with badmouthing, brainwashing, and allegations of alienation, child abuse, and domestic violence, all leading to nasty custody battles. No one can solve this problem alone. That's because the wall of alienation between parent and child is built by: the family's own patterns of conflict; family court professionals who get emotionally "hooked"; society's rapidly escalating culture of blame. But there's hope! Listeners can help kids learn flexible thinking, emotion regulation, effective behaviors, and healthy relationships. Everyone involved must work together. This book shows how parents, family members, friends, counselors, lawyers, parenting coordinators, divorce coaches, and family court judges can become part of the solution, giving children a foundation of resilience that will last a lifetime.

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In this tenth anniversary edition of Don't Alienate the Kids! attorney, mediator, and therapist Bill Eddy shows listeners how to protect children from the harm of alienation and high-conflict divorce, boosting their resilience by teaching them to think flexibly, manage their emotions, and moderate their behaviors. We all know breakups can get ugly. But sometimes they can get downright vicious, with badmouthing, brainwashing, and allegations of alienation, child abuse, and domestic violence, all leading to nasty custody battles.

No one can solve this problem alone. That's because the wall of alienation between parent and child is built by: the family's own patterns of conflict; family court professionals who get emotionally "hooked"; society's rapidly escalating culture of blame.

But there's hope! Listeners can help kids learn flexible thinking, emotion regulation, effective behaviors, and healthy relationships. Everyone involved must work together. This book shows how parents, family members, friends, counselors, lawyers, parenting coordinators, divorce coaches, and family court judges can become part of the solution, giving children a foundation of resilience that will last a lifetime.

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Author Bio: Bill Eddy

Author Bio: Bill Eddy

Bill Eddy, LCSW, JD, is cofounder and president of High Conflict Institute, LLC, in San Diego, California, and Senior Family Mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center in San Diego, California. Eddy is a certified family law specialist in California with over fifteen years’ experience representing clients in family court. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked as a licensed clinical social worker, providing therapy to children, adults, couples, and families in psychiatric hospitals and outpatient clinics. He is also the author of several books, including High Conflict People in Legal Disputes, Biff, and It’s All Your Fault!

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Family & Relationships
Runtime: 10.18
Audience: Adult
Language: English