Keeping Kids In Mind (KKIM) is a 5-week program designed for separated parents who are experiencing ongoing conflict.
This free seminar will provide families with the understanding and importance healthy brain development plays in children pre-birth to three years.
This 2-hour seminar focuses on why children behave the way they do, and how to create your own toolkit of helpful ideas to promote positive behaviour.
This program helps support people to understand and cope with their feelings of anger. This course is especially suitable for separated parents who have been court-ordered or legally-recommended to attend an Anger Management program.
Educate parents/ carers of a child who has witnessed or experienced trauma, focusing on skills and strategies that can be implemented to help the child.
No Scaredy Cats is an education course for parents/carers focussed on reducing anxiety and building resilience in 2-12 year old children.
Join us for this 1 hour online parent education seminar: ‘Understanding Self Harming Behaviour’. Self-harm is often used as a way to respond to and manage emotional pain, overwhelming feelings or distress.
An education course for parents/carers about resolving difficult behaviour in children 2-12 years old.
Does your child struggle with big emotions and being calm? This interactive program is for parents or carers who need some support with helping their child regulate their emotions.
Caring Dads is an evidence-based program to support men to develop their child-centred fathering skills and stop controlling and unhealthy behaviours.
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