Securing safer futures

Our independently 5* rated training helps many families towards safer futures. Don’t just take our word for it, have a look at what others have to say about it!

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Our courses are ethically positioned, survivor-led and evidence-based. Specifically tailored for those in family court after abuse or those who are working with families in court. We utilise leading socio-legal concepts coupled with extensive grassroots knowledge.

Accessible and easy to learn, whether you’re trying to navigate the process, or helping others to, you will develop a deeper understanding of the systems, issues and barriers for survivor families. With a particular emphasis on the often-overlooked needs and rights of mothers and children, our courses will guide you whilst you navigate this difficult system.

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Scroll down to find out what’s covered in our flagship courses, view course curriculums and further information.

Includes two interactive workshops. Our workshops have flexible bookings so you can pick a time that suits you.

  • 6 online modules to study at your own pace.
  • Opportunities to test and practice your learning in a safe environment.
  • 2 interactive workshops.
  • Tutor support.

Includes exclusive screening of the award winning film Losing Grace

Advanced Family Court Navigation

Advanced Family Court Navigation is written for professionals supporting victims, and those seeking a deeper insight into coercive control in the family court. This course is globally applicable. Course authors Natalie Page and Clare Walker will take you through six online modules and two flexible interactive workshops to develop your understanding of coercive control and family court.

What’s covered:

This course will take you through the court’s narrative, decision making, and how trauma presentation is perceived. You’ll find out what constitutes coercive control, the intentions of a perpetrator and how this abuse manifests in victims and wider society.

You’ll understand how perpetrators present in the court process, the biases they exploit, and what problems they present for the court and victims. We will cover the history of parental alienation and how it intersects with coercive control. You will find out about the role of expert witnesses and how to ensure yours is informed.

You’ll learn how laws are created and implemented globally, and how systems and structures inform, relate and connect. Law is global and also varied, so we’ll look at how a case heard in England can be utilized internationally in this globally applicable course.

You’ll learn how to navigate a difficult system by applying some effective self-advocacy strategies. You will develop a deeper understanding of how to protect victims from poor outcomes using safe preventative practices.


Watch the course curriculum overview here:

Curriculum: Advanced Family Court Navigation

Court Confidence

Court Confidence is specifically written for domestic abuse survivors in family court, or at risk of being in family court, in England and Wales. Course author Natalie Page will introduce you to the important aspects of child arrangements cases in England and Wales. It teaches the skills, knowledge and awareness necessary to secure a safer outcome in a difficult, and often hostile system. The course also features a module on overcoming trauma and triggered responses written by Psychologist and Coercive Control Expert Carla James. The 7 module course covers the following:

What’s covered:

Learn how to manage trauma and triggers to give your best evidence. Understand the basic law and processes involved in the child arrangements to navigate the system. Learn about abuser tactics in the court room and how to overcome them whilst protecting your position. Understand the best way to approach professionals and learn how to deal with difficult hearings. Find out how to navigate this difficult system towards a safer outcome, and communicate in the way the court understands it. Understand safer co-parenting, moving on from family court and what to do if things become unsafe.


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