Reducing Parental Conflict Awareness Training Modules 1, 2 &3
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By attending this one-day virtual workshop, you will feel more confident to support parents involved in co-parent/couple conflict to improve the quality of their relationship and reduce the long-term harm to children.
This Trauma Informed session will support you to understand what the evidence base tells us about destructive conflict and develop skills to support parents in recognising the impact this has on their child.
We will explore the significance of intervening early, understand the importance of highlighting the differences between destructive and constructive conflict and the impact this has on the child’s behaviour. During this session, we explore why active listening and empathy are as important as how you ask the right questions and you will have access to tools that promote constructive conflict between parents.
Thinking about some of the families you are currently supporting, this is an opportunity for you to share ideas with colleagues on how to capture the child’s voice, have a difficult conversation and involve both parents.
By building confidence and competence in this area, you will be in a better position to:
identify where relationship distress exists,
explore with parents the causes of their conflict and
support them to develop ways of communicating that are more constructive, or refer where appropriate to specialist services