Parenting after separation

06 Feb, 2017

This program supports separating parents to develop knowledge and practical skills to help adapt and work through the painful emotions of separation with a particular focus on supporting and maintaining the well-being of the children.

Often separated parents are trying to maintain separate homes and make new starts but are entrenched in costly legal battles and interpersonal rows. In these situations the child or children may become ‘collateral damage’ rather than the primary concern.

We believe an understanding of the child and his/her experience of separation is the single biggest contributor for building motivation to change and resolution of enduring conflict in the parent's lives.

This six session program aims to build on current strengths and aspirations in developing parenting skills that are responsive to the best interest of the child during and after parental separation. 

As this is the course pilot, there will be no charge for the course commencing 15 February 2017. Find out more here.

FREMANTLE

Wednesday 22 Feb, 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Mar



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