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Psychological Aspects of Divorce Seminar

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The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships is hosting a seminar on the Psychological Aspects of Divorce on 24 February.

The seminar aims to help all family law practitioners further their understanding of the psychological processes in working with colleagues in the context of divorce and separation. In addition it hopes to aid the development of practitioners' skills in considering who may and who may not be able to use collaborative law.

The seminar will be lead by Dr Avi Shmueli, a clinical psychologist, couple psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. He currently is Head of Course for the MSc in Psychoanalytic Development Psychology at the Anna Freud Centre and consults to the Divorce and Separation Unit at Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships.

For more information visit the TCCR website.

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