AFCC Conference in Denver in June to Focus on Alienation
The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)’s 47th Annual Conference will be held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown, June 2-5, 2010. The conference, titled Traversing the Trail of Alienation: Rocky Relationships, Mountains of Emotion, Mile High Conflict, will address the difficult topic of alienation. The program builds on Alienated Children in Divorce and Separation: Emerging Approaches for Families and Courts, the January 2010 special issue of Family Court Review. This exciting program features 90 sessions from which to choose, including four plenary sessions and your choice of six all-day pre-conference institutes. From alienation to negotiation, research to practice or domestic abuse to child abuse and neglect, this conference has something for judges, lawyers, custody evaluators, mediators,
therapists, parenting coordinators, parent educators and anyone working with children and families in conflict.
Where better to explore new research, share ideas, sharpen your skills, network with colleagues and meet up with friends than the AFCC Annual Conference in Denver? The Sheraton Denver Downtown just completed a $70 million renovation and is conveniently located on the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, with many options for food, drinks, entertainment and shopping just steps away.
For more information, to view the full conference brochure or register online, visit AFCC at www.afccnet.org