Lead therapist at the Family Separation Clinic
Karen Woodall is the lead therapist at the Family Separation Clinic and is a specialist in working with high conflict divorce and separation and its impact on children. She is a psychotherapist with over twenty years experience in working with parents and children affected by family separation.
Karen is an internationally recognised expert on children’s post separation rejecting behaviours and the phenomenon of the alienated child. She is also an author and blogger and regularly writes for the Huffington Post on issues that affect the family.
'Understanding Parental Alienation is unique... a balance of scholarship and practical, hands-on experience.'
William Bernet M.D.
Professor Emeritus, Vanderbilt University and Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association
'A highly valuable resource for parents, and a must-read book for every mental health professional, social worker or legal professional working with families in divorce.'
Professor Gordana Buljan Flander, Ph.D.
Director of Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb, Child protection consultant to UNICEF and Council of Europe expert
Learn more about Karen and her work with families
You can read Karen's internationally popular blog here
Karen can be reached through the Family Separation Clinic here