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Paid-up Members of FNF are being offered a 20% discount on attendance of a conference on men's wellbeing in the family that takes place at University College London.

 ​Male Psychology Conference and Workshops

Men's Well-being in the Family

Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd June 2019

How does domestic violence impact men's wellbeing? How does it impact the children who see their parents fighting? These are some of the questions addressed at the Male Psychology Conference at University College London on Friday 21st and Sat 22nd June. Much of the content of the first day is about how family structure and dynamics influence the mental health of men and boys, and includes a study sponsored by FNF on the impact of family court issues on men's mental health. The second day includes a workshop on stopping domestic violence, and how an award-winning helpline was designed for men who experience domestic violence.

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Presented by Suzy Miller - Divorce Strategist - Supported by Families Need Fathers

Retreat: "The Best Way to Split"

(And how to get a nasty divorce/separation back on track)

A full weekend - Friday through to Sunday afternoon 16 Sept 2018

The event is run as a collaboration of professionals, experts and support organisations who all want to help families find a better way to change form.

The Retreat takes place in a comfortable setting - yet the price is surprisingly low, including two days of workshops and direct access to experts in law, finance, parenting and well-being, and even the lunches are part of the package - for only £348 in total.  Because of Families Need Fathers' support of the Retreat, a number of their members will be able to access a £60 saving.  For those who wish to join FNF in order to access that generous discount, they will more than cover their membership costs!

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Presented by Families Need Fathers - East London Branch

Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities

A Parenting Program for Mums and Dads living apart

13 Weekly sessions at 6.30 – 9.00pm - Starting 26th Sept

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Dyslexia Webinar

8th November 2012, 8pm

Dyslexia affects around 1,625,000 adults in the UK. People with dyslexia can find the family court system difficult to navigate, particularly if acting as a litigant-in-person.

Michael Robinson, founder of The Custody Minefield (www.thecustodyminefield.com),  will be presenting a 1 hour Webinar which will provide tips on how those with dyslexia can better negotiate the family court process. This interactive session will be presented in an engaging, audio-visual format, and allow you the opportunity to ask questions in real time during the session.

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Dr L F Lowenstein - What is Parental Alienation?

16th June 2012

This half day course offers a chance to learn about the process and effects of parental alienation from a world renowned authority in the field, Dr L.W. Lowenstein. Dr Lowenstein has worked with children and families in these situations for over 20 years, and has acted regularly as an expert witness in court proceedings. This course will explore the psychological dimensions of alienation, and offer guidance on how to remain an effective parent during this time. 

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FNF HSSF Kite Mark Award

Families Need Fathers has been awarded the Help and Support for Separated Families Kite Mark which is a new UK government accreditation scheme for organisations offering help to separated families.

Families Need Fathers work with a range of family law professionals, including Family Law Panel

 

Upcoming Events

21/09/2019 Sat: Harrow Branch Meetings
23/09/2019 Mon: London Central Meeting
24/09/2019 Tue: Harrow Branch Meetings
25/09/2019 Wed: London East (Tower Hamlets)
25/09/2019 Wed: Cambridge Meeting
26/09/2019 Thu: Southport Meeting
26/09/2019 Thu: Exeter Meeting
28/09/2019 Sat: Harrow Branch Meetings
30/09/2019 Mon: Reading Meeting
30/09/2019 Mon: London Central Meeting
1/10/2019 Tue: Leeds Central Meeting
1/10/2019 Tue: Newcastle Meeting
1/10/2019 Tue: Northampton Meeting
1/10/2019 Tue: Oxford Meeting (check day with branch)
1/10/2019 Tue: Harrow Branch Meetings
2/10/2019 Wed: Manchester Meeting
2/10/2019 Wed: Epsom Meeting