Mar 04

Working With Parents In Conflict

How Do I Support, Refer Or Intervene?

New practitioner training on supporting families experiencing conflict

Research has shown that while some level of friction between parents or carers is normal, frequent and unresolved conflict between parents can have long-lasting effects on children – even if the parents are separated.

 

 

“Working With Parents In Conflict: How Do I Support, Refer Or Intervene?” is a half day, virtual classroom training that explores how to discuss parental conflict with parents.

 

 

 

 

At the end of the training session, participants will:

  • be able to respond appropriately when parental conflict is identified, using a number of tools and resources.
  • know how to approach conversations that may arise around distressed relationships and support parents to reach positive outcomes from destructive conflict situations, using a range of tools and techniques.
  • know about the available local and national resources available to support parents whose relationship is in conflict.

Training dates

23rd March, 9.30am 23rd March, 1.30pm

 

26th March, 9.30am

 

26th March, 9.30am

 

31st March, 9.30am

 

31st March, 1.30pm

 

To sign up, please click here.

Unable to attend the virtual classroom training?

Practitioners can access a set of 4 e-learning modules via Croydon Learningpool.

NSPCC
NHS South London
Met Police
NHS Croydon Health Services
NHS Croydon Clinical
Safer London