High Conflict Divorce Course

Foundations for Working With Families Engaged in High Conflict Divorce

Join us for a Live Webinar on September 24, 2021 from 1-4:30 pm EST
3 CE Credits available for behavioral health clinicians including Play Therapy hours

This training will provide an overview of attitudes, theoretical concepts, and practices that are critical in establishing a foundation for working with families engaged in high-conflict divorce. It will introduce participants to play therapy techniques that may improve treatment outcomes for this population.

As a result of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Re-conceptualize the frame for working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • Identify 3 clinician attitudes that are beneficial when working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • Name 4 theoretical principles on which to base clinical interventions when working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • Describe 3 practices to adopt when working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • Experience 2 play therapy techniques that may improve outcomes when working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • Document and commit to 3 action steps, based on the information provided during the training, that will prepare participants to work with families engaged in high conflict divorce
  • List resources for improving clinical competency related to working with families engaged in high conflict divorce
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Kris Marowski
M.Ed., LPC, RPT-S,
ACS, CCMHC, NCC

Kris Marowski, M.Ed., LPC, RPT-S, ACS, CCMHC, NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. She has worked with children, adolescents and families for over 16 years, providing play therapy, individual counseling, and family counseling. She specializes in working with children that have survived trauma. Kris has extensive experience working with children whose parents are separated or are divorcing, who serve in the military and/or who are first responders. Kris offers parents specific, tangible skills that they can utilize at home to create desired changes and connect with their children in a more meaningful way. She practices primarily from a child-centered perspective, incorporating Jungian, Existential, and Cognitive Behavioral approaches to increase the effectiveness of counseling. She provides a safe, supportive environment where parents, children, and adolescents can process through difficult life experiences and develop a sense of mastery over them.

Kris completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Psychology from Elmira College in 1999 and earned a Masters of Education Degree (M.Ed) in Counseling and Human Development with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling from Lindsey Wilson College in 2005. She went on to become credentialed as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) while completing her Play Therapy certification. Kris is currently working toward becoming a Sandplay Practitioner through Sandplay Therapists of America.