Charlotte: My parents have separated: a 10 year old's perspective by Dr Rhonda Emonson PhD978-1-922542-08-3, 978-1-922542-16-8 **Price includes shipping within Australia**
Charlotte: My parents have separated: a 10 year old's perspective
Dr Rhonda Emonson PhD (Author)
Heather Emonson (Illustrator)
Ten-year-old Charlotte's parents are always fighting. When they decide to end their relationship, Charlotte finds herself navigating new situations around her siblings, the changes to her life and routine, and the changes in the family dynamic.
Charlotte is a child's perspective of parental separation and can be read alone, or paired with Archie, which takes the view of Charlotte's younger brother. These books are designed to be read to any child facing unfamiliar and uncertain family circumstances resulting from the end of a parental relationship.
As a Mediator, Coach and Counsellor, Dr Rhonda Emonson PhD has worked extensively in community and private settings with those experiencing disputes, disagreement and difficult relationships. Rhonda was the first Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner in Australia to complete research at a PhD level on the effective preparation of parents for mediation. During the time of her research, she developed 'The Bird Family Cards'. Charlotte and Archie are an extension of these cards.
Dr Emonson provides professional coaching to national and international professionals, particularly those that have or are likely to experience emotional fatigue from caring for and working with complex and vulnerable clients.
Trim size: 8.5 inches square (21.59 cm square)
Page count: 52
Internal pages: Full colour