About this webinar

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The National Centre for Family Hubs (NCFH) is hosting a webinar on Reducing Parental Conflict and Family Hubs. The event will explore how Family Hubs can support the delivery of effective relationship support to reduce parental conflict. 

Speakers confirmed:

  • Dr Emma MorrisConsultant Clinical Psychologist, Lead Practitioner: Contact & Residency Work (SATS) and National Centre for Family Hubs Reducing Parental Conflict Policy and Practice Advisor 
  • Patrick Myers, Senior Ambassador, Reducing Parental Conflict Programme at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) 
  • Dr Virginia Ghiara, Senior Research Officer, Early Intervention Foundation 
Who is this event suitable for?

This event is suitable for leaders, commissioners, or managers from Local Authorities, Health/CCGs, Education, or Voluntary and Community Sector.

System requirements for online event

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