Estrangement, Bias and Terrible Advice

I recently posted about the types of therapy biases experienced by the many estranged people I have spoken to, and this is demontrated in this recent agony-aunt style article a frustrated client shared with me.     The person writing and her husband are struggling with her husband’s family, using the word ‘abusive’ twice to describe them, as well as other potential terms suggesting abuse, … Continue reading Estrangement, Bias and Terrible Advice

Mapping Your Estrangement: Making Sense of Family Estrangement

An online workshop designed to help you disentangle the complexity of Family Estrangement Are you struggling to understand and/or explain your Estrangement situation to others? Despite how prevalent Family Estrangement is globally, affecting 1 in 4 families*, there is still a lack of information and training as to why it happens and how it affects those experiencing it. However, estrangements are complex and thus hard … Continue reading Mapping Your Estrangement: Making Sense of Family Estrangement