Children and Divorce: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator

taught by Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW

Course description

Early childhood educators are often the front line for experiencing the impact of separation and divorce on children. In addition to providing support to upset children, they are oftentimes drawn into the actual custody and access dispute of the parents.This module discusses working with both parents and children of divorce.

Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
Interaction Consultants

Gary Direnfeld is a social worker with more than 33 years of experience working with parents, teens and young children. With a private practice located in Dundas, Ontario, he provides counselling, mediation and assessment services on most matters of family life. Gary presents himself as an advocate for the well-being of children and to this end he has lectured and given workshops on the impact of domestic violence as well as parental separation and divorce issues on children throughout Canada and into the United States.

Reviews (3)

Very Informative

by Deborah Boyles
I have seen many children going through this in their family this course was really helpful to me.

Children and Divorce: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator

by Tanya Polenchuk
Thanks a lot. A lot of information to think about.

Children and Divorce: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator

by Tara Koshman
The course was great but I did not get a certificate. I am not sure why. Tara Koshman 250-477-7128

Very Informative

by Deborah Boyles
I have seen many children going through this in their family this course was really helpful to me.

Children and Divorce: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator

by Tanya Polenchuk
Thanks a lot. A lot of information to think about.

Children and Divorce: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator

by Tara Koshman
The course was great but I did not get a certificate. I am not sure why. Tara Koshman 250-477-7128
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