5 top tips for using one-page profiles in divorce.
Posted by: Sue Atkins
I am delighted to have been published today as part of 100 stories spreading the word about the very powerful One Page Profile process and how they can be used to transform lives from birth to the end of life.
Follow the individual journeys of people who use services, families, and staff, across education, health and social care. Find out how one-page profiles can help change relationships, as people learn what is important to each other, and increase choice and control, by helping to deliver personalised support.
“I’ve used one-page profiles in my work for many years and with my own family and can’t rave enough about their usefulness for improving communication, relationships, a child’s self esteem and self confidence
More recently I have been using one-page profiles to help children and families going through the often challenging and traumatic experience of a divorce as well as working with children whose parents have separated, experiencing all of the changes that this can bring; from living in two different homes, splitting their time between mum and dad, moving schools, to experiencing lots of changing routines,
This is a subject very close to my heart as more than a year ago my ex husband and I started divorce proceedings ….. read more here: