- SPLIT- THE SEQUEL revisits conversations with 11 of the 12 children in the first film - 8 years later. These articulate young adults reflect on what has best supported them in the process of family change, and what has been most difficult. Parents, legal and mental health professionals, and the courts have much to learn from the insights they provide. A virtual screening of SPLIT - THE SEQUEL and a conversation with Ellen Bruno and Christina McGhee, including suggestions on how to best use this film in your work with changing families.
- Date: December 7, 2021
- Time: 9:00 AM Pacific Time (check your local time zone here)
- Length of Webinar: 90 minutes
Christina McGhee, MSW
Christina McGhee, MSW, is a speaker, divorce-parenting expert, coach, and author of PARENTING APART: How separated and divorced parents can raise happy and secure kids.
While splitting up is undeniably hard, Christina believes divorce doesn't have to equal devastation for families. She feels that with the right kind of information and support, coparents can be a child's absolute best resource when families change.
Throughout her career, Christina has educated thousands of parents and professionals on minimizing the impact of divorce on children. She has had the privilege of consulting on an innovative national initiative in the UK aimed at supporting separating families and facilitating numerous trainings for family law professionals.
Additionally, she has contributed to several other media projects as a featured expert, content consultant, and writer/producer. Currently, she serves as a creative team member for the documentary SPLIT and SPLIT, the sequel, two compelling films about how kids really feel about divorce and the impact it has had on their lives.
One of her core beliefs is that divorce doesn't make you a bad parent. It makes you a parent going through a bad time. Because she is passionate about helping parents get through that bad time, Christina also maintains an active coaching practice that allows her to work with Moms and dads worldwide.
Those combined experiences have helped her cultivate a series of unique "child-focused" trainings that help professionals engage with clients more effectively, deepen their understanding of how divorce impacts families, and use that knowledge to help coparents craft better agreements.
As a speaker, Christina offers customized trainings for family lawyers, collaborative professionals, and mediators designed to be interactive, engaging, and thought-provoking. Her programs focus on creating a comfortable space for practicing essential skills that maximize learning while providing strategies participants can use right away.
She has been featured on television, radio, podcasts, and in print around the US and abroad. A few places you may have seen her are TODAY Parents, the BBC, The Times, and Parents Magazine. Christina is an expert in minimizing the impact of divorce on children, guiding parents on how to get it right for kids, and managing high-conflict situations.