Profile: Kenneth holds a post graduate Health & Social Care Certification in Counselling and has a wide range of management skills and experience gained as a Navy Officer; the chemical and telecommunications industry, including roles in Human Resources and Customer Service.
Parenting does not end when parents separate; nor is it for a child to opt out of being parented.
It is important to consider that, when contact disputes become entrenched, possibly involving wider familial antagonism - this can have negative psychological implications for a child, with ramifications in both the short and long term. Also, in the broader context, there can be no social benefit in manufacturing needless one parent families, at the expense of the public purse.
Kenneth endeavours to influence change among practitioners, legal and healthcare professionals and Cafcass; providing information for tiers of Government, support groups, and local and national media - to bring about much needed reform through introduction of a post separation parenting framework.
Dispute Resolution Consultancy
Kenneth’s clients usually find that the information provided at the first session is often sufficient to turn around their dispute; or, set it in a direction toward an early resolve.
Service and Support
Needlessly protracted disputes with no end in sight cause nothing but long term pain and harm to a child; even harming the relationship with the parent they live with primarily, whilst growing up to resent authority in all forms.
Simply put, if there is no good or proper reason to limit or deny a child's contact with a non resident parent, both parents must continue to share the parenting of their child - and establish a schedule of time such that the child can flourish and grow in both parents homes.
Kenneth believe that the pages of a healthy life have special meaning and constitute an evolving life story with chapters containing the human precepts of integrity, compassion and wholeness.