Trauma Informed Complex Co-Parenting

Date & Time:

Wednesday 19 October 2022 (09:30 - 16:30)

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Venue:

Online Event,

Detail:

The aim of this workshop is to equip practitioners with the skills and knowledge to work more confidently with parents who are displaying complex and challenging behaviour. Parents may have experienced their own Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) resulting from intergenerational destructive parental conflict and can struggle to acknowledge their behaviour is adversely impacting the children. They can also feel judged and blamed and often withdraw from support as many practitioners focus on the presenting symptoms and may be fearful of making things worse. This programme will empower front line practitioners to use their professional curiosity and improve outcomes with families by:

  • Eliminating Domestic Abuse by increasing their knowledge of Coercive Control and Situational Violence
  • Recognising and responding to the signs of Parental Alienation
  • Exploring how unconscious bias can be a barrier to achieving positive outcomes
  • Approaching the families through a Trauma Lens
  • Engaging more confidently with challenging parents
  • Incorporating Social Graces to build rapport with parents and children
  • Confidently capturing the child’s lived experience by identifying their role within the conflict
  • Providing de-escalation strategies to improve constructive communication between parents

 

Places Available:

6

Further Information:

Enquiries:

Franco Fontenelli / Marie Skyers

Trainer:

Mayday Support Ltd

Venue Details:

Online Event,