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Central Coast FLPN High Conflict Personalities - Megan Hunter

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Event description

Join us for a Central Coast Family Law Pathways event: Working with High Conflict Personalities in Domestic Violence cases.

A 3.5 hour workshop (with 1/2 hr break). This workshop will be held twice on 6 June 2023 with a morning and afternoon option available:

  • 6 June 2023, 9.30 AM - 1.00 PM FULLY BOOKED
  • 6 June 2023, 1.30 PM - 5.00 PM

Venue: Interrelate (Ngarra Training Room), Level 1, 40 Mann St, Gosford NSW 2250

About the Workshop:

Hosted by the Central Coast Family Pathways network, this training is for professionals from legal and community services working with separated families on the Central Coast.

This workshop focuses on four high conflict personality (HCP) types that may be involved in domestic violence, including: borderline, narcissistic, histrionic and antisocial. The goal of this workshop is to help professionals gain insight into those who are dominated by reactivity and dominance rather than reasoning and stopping themselves. It will include strategies for practitioner safety, self-care and providing fully-informed services to people who need our help the most.

Light refreshments will be provided during a 1/2 hour break in each session.

About the Speaker:

Megan Hunter, MBA, is an expert on high conflict disputes. She is co-founder of the High Conflict Institute along with author and speaker, Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. who developed the high-conflict personality theory. Megan developed the concept of the Institute after 13 years in policy, legislation and judicial training with the Arizona Supreme Court and 5 years with the Dawes County Attorney’s Office in Nebraska. She is founder and publisher of Unhooked Books, a U.S.-based media company.

Megan has trained business, workplace, government, public service, legal, mental health, leadership groups, non-profits, universities and other professionals across much of the U.S. and 7 countries. Megan holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a Business and Economics degree from Chadron State College, Chadron, Nebraska. She has served as President of the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Family & Conciliation Courts, the Arizona Family Support Council and Nebraska Child Support Enforcement Association. She served 5 years on the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners, and currently serves on the board of Stepfamily Magazine.

She is the author and/or co-author of several books:

  • BIFF at Work (2021)
  • The High Conflict CoParenting Survival Guide (2019)
  • Dating Radar (2017)
  • Bait & Switch (2015)

Her website is:

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