For parents

Couples with children from previous relationships may need strategies on communication, agreement on discipline, and handling competing demands. How about ensuring time just for each other? That matters too. This six week course will provide strategies to assist parents in a step family.

Mothers, who are usually their son’s primary female role model, play a vital part in developing their son’s identity, including their ability to be nurturing.

For teenage boys the relationship they have with their mother has long term implications. This includes how they relate to others, particularly to girls and women.

As we know, the relationship between a mother and her daughter is very important. This seminar helps mothers to better understand their daughters and the challenges they go through during puberty and helps to better equip their daughters to be happy and strong individuals.

When newly separated, mothers face many challenges in their changing roles as separated mums. In a supportive space, we will assist you to make sense of your experience through the early stages of the separation process.

Parenting doesn't come with a guidebook but we do know what helps create a strong parent-child connection: security, warmth, positive attention and good communication, plus boundaries and fair rules. This practical course will help you understand your child's development and behaviour and give you some tools so you can parent with confidence and enjoy your kids.

We know that adolescence can be a time of turmoil and change - for both children and their parents. There are plenty of things you can do to maintain a strong relationship and stay connected with your teen. This course will provide you with a practical 'how-to' guide to help you understand their behaviour and show you some skills to manage their behaviour effectively.

If it is managed well by the adults, separation doesn’t have to be harmful for children. Research shows that what children need after their parents separate is a secure base with parents they trust and feel comforted by.

This Mandurah workshop provides you with information to help you understand what is happening for your teenager - mentally, physically and emotionally. Explore your changing and challenging role as a parent to a teenager.

This session helps couples successfully move from being a couple to being parents. In an engaging way you will learn the skills and secrets of healthy relationships. Providing a secure, loving partnership that can withstand the challenges of life is arguably the best gift you can give your baby.

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