Keeping Kids In Mind - A Course for Parents Experiencing Conflict after Separation
The course is designed to:
Assist parents to see through their children’s eyes the experience of parental separation; and
Develop greater understanding about how to support children following family separation.
Keeping Kids in Mind is facilitated by qualified and experienced parent educators, mediators and counsellors.
The course covers themes of grief and loss, attachment, resilience, communication, conflict resolution, and future planning. The course is psycho-educational in nature, utilising therapeutic moments to elicit change. Metaphors are used throughout the program to provide a shared language that allows complex issues to be discussed and understood.
The aim of the program is not necessarily to lower conflict, but to increase parental reflective functioning – giving parents the capacity to make changes to their own behaviour which positively influences their children.
All participants must register their interest in attending the course and participate in a
pre-group interview prior to the course.
The next program will run on Thursdays from 12pm - 3pm starting 9th August through till
6th September 2018.
For further information or to register for the next KKIM parenting course, please contact
Centacare on 6331 8944, Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
KKIM Brochure - Aug Sept 2018 Final.pdf
From: Thursday, 09 August 2018
To: Thursday, 06 September 2018
Keeping Kids in Mind
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