Posts Tagged: Prevention

Let’s focus on behaviour more than on labels

Welcome to Dr Shelagh Wright as our guest blogger.  Shelagh is a family therapist and family mediator who is also trained in direct child consultation. A simple view is that separating parents put their children’s best interests first by collaborating. Where one or

Let’s focus on behaviour more than on labels

Welcome to Dr Shelagh Wright as our guest blogger.  Shelagh is a family therapist and family mediator who is also trained in direct child consultation. A simple view is that separating parents put their children’s best interests first by collaborating. Where one or

Climbing the mountain gets easier → 2. Prevention

Recently the highest British mountain, Ben Nevis got bigger. In this blog too, our Climbing the mountain page also got bigger. Yet recent developments mean our mountain looks smaller. How can this be?! One new key idea is that all kinds of coercive or ‘undue influence’ can

Climbing the mountain gets easier → 2. Prevention

Recently the highest British mountain, Ben Nevis got bigger. In this blog too, our Climbing the mountain page also got bigger. Yet recent developments mean our mountain looks smaller. How can this be?! One new key idea is that all kinds of coercive or ‘undue influence’ can

The coercive survey takes off … Have you done it yet?!

Have you done this survey yet? Have you “Shared” it in your social media yet?! It’s here:  https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MBVKHHW To encourage you, this is to feedback some early results. 53 people have enjoyed filling it in so far. Many have added their own

The coercive survey takes off … Have you done it yet?!

Have you done this survey yet? Have you “Shared” it in your social media yet?! It’s here:  https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MBVKHHW To encourage you, this is to feedback some early results. 53 people have enjoyed filling it in so far. Many have added their own

Learning about a common enemy

Coercion by direct physical abuse or threat is a crime and a terrible experience. But psychological coercive persuasion is also seriously harmful.  Building on what we know of coercive control found in domestic abuse and in cults, momentum is gathering in the fight against harmful coercion in all

Learning about a common enemy

Coercion by direct physical abuse or threat is a crime and a terrible experience. But psychological coercive persuasion is also seriously harmful.  Building on what we know of coercive control found in domestic abuse and in cults, momentum is gathering in the fight against harmful coercion in all