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Lovefraud Continuing Education

Parental Alienation: What you need to know and how to fight back

Battling Parental Alienation: What to do when your ex convinces your children to hate you
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
8-9 pm ET • $25

Susan Shofer always had a great relationship with her two children. But as she was going through her divorce, one of her children started to hate her — for no reason at all.

At first, Susan was totally confused. “My child didn’t want to be with me,” she says. “And the reasons were miniscule.” But after doing research, she realized that her kids were being subjected to parental alienation.


Battling Parental Alienation – a new Lovefraud CE webinar, coming May 30

  • “Your daddy (or mommy) doesn’t love you.”
  • “I don’t have any money because your mother (or father) took it all.”
  • “If you want to go see your mother (or father), you must not love me.”

I can’t tell you how many times heartbroken mothers and fathers have called me, distressed about the lies that their former partners were telling the children they shared.

Some disordered parents are so vindictive that they want to do the most hurtful thing they can to their former partners — so they actively try to turn the children they share against the ex.

Dating again after the sociopath – Webinar May 16, 8 pm ET

You’d like a romantic partner, but after one sociopath, you’re afraid of meeting another. Learn how to know when you are ready for a new partner, and how to date with awareness, so you can protect yourself from scammers and predators.

Bring your questions!

Dating again after the sociopath
Presented by Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 • 8-9 pm ET • $25

Highlights

  • How to protect yourself from sociopaths
  • Why internal healing is important

Why it’s so hard to get over loving a sociopath and how you can recover – Webinar May 9, 8 pm ET

You still want your ex-partner — even though you believe this person is bad for you. Why? Because sociopaths hijack the human bonding system. In this live online webinar, I’ll tell you how to break your obsession, recover emotionally and move on with your life.

Bring your questions!

Why it’s so hard to get over loving a sociopath and how you can recover
Presented by Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com
Wednesday, May 9, 2018 • 8-9 pm ET • $25

Highlights


Lovefraud webinars on recovering from a relationship with a sociopath and dating again – coming May 9 and 16!

I talk to a lot of heartbroken people who have learned that their romantic partner, their “soul mate,” was a sociopath. Men and women who, perhaps like you, discovered that everything their romantic partner said to them was a lie. People who are grieving not only profound betrayal, but also the loss of their hopes and dreams for the future.

If this is you, I understand how devastated you feel. I’ve been there. But I also know that you can recover, you can move forward, and you can find love — a real love.

Webinar preview: How to Navigate a Court Proceeding when the Opposing Party Is a Sociopath

Personality disordered individuals lie, blame and exaggerate in life — and do the same in court. By anticipating what your opponent will do, you will not be blindsided; you’ll be prepared. Here’s how to overcome their tactics and prove your case.

About this course

In your dealings with a personality-disordered individual, you’ve learned that this person lies, blames and exaggerates. In court, despite swearing an oath to tell the truth, he or she will continue to lie, blame and exaggerate.

How do you protect yourself? How do you make your case?

Lovefraud webinar preview: The Miracle in the Madness

We try to ignore the agony of betrayal, hoping it will go away. Paradoxically, it’s not in spite of our difficulties that we find freedom, but because of them. Take this course and learn how to gently, courageously, overcome the pain.

Here we go again — holiday drama time

Amber Ault, Ph,D., MSW

By Amber Ault, Ph.D., MSW

Our ancestors in Northern latitudes exercised deep wisdom when they burrowed in during the dark of winter, reflecting on the turning of the wheel of the year through its previous cycle of renewal, harvest, and loss, gathering with loved ones to share warmth in myriad ways, and beginning to dream of spring.

Lovefraud Webinar Preview: Love and Exploitation – save 20%

Therapists: Do you need continuing education credits by the end of the year? All Lovefraud webinars are 20% off until Jan. 1, 2018, and continuing education credits are available for psychologists and social workers.

Love and Exploitation, Parts 1 and 2, is an excellent overview of how to recognize and work with clients who may have disordered partners. It is presented by Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT, who has extensive experience in treating these clients — people who are experiencing natural reactions to a destructive relationship.

About this course

Lovefraud webinar preview – Surviving Court when you’re traumatized

Are you facing an upcoming court battle with a sociopath? You’ll need to get mentally and emotionally ready for it — and this two-part course can help.

Through the end of the year, save 20% on all Lovefraud CE webinars — just use the coupon code WebinarSave20 at checkout. 

About this course

You’ve been traumatized, and now you must face the person who traumatized you in court. Whether the case is divorce, child custody or some other litigation, you know that your opponent’s objective isn’t just to win the case. Your opponent will attempt to use legal procedures and the courts to crush you.

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