Friday 19th March 12p.m. – 1 p.m.
Prof John Sharry
Drawing on the evidence-based Parents Plus Programmes, John Sharry describes practical ways parents can help themselves and their children cope and thrive after separation. In particular the talk will describe how you can learn to
- Communicate and co-parent effectively with your children’s other parent
- Maintain the quality of your parenting
- Tune into and respond to your child’s needs
- Prioritise your own self care as a parent
- Minimise post separation challenges and changes
To reserve a place please complete booking form
The talk is based on the evidence-based Parents Plus Parenting when Separated Programme which is run as a six-week course in services throughout the country.
If as a parent, you are interested in attending the full course please contact your local services. There is also an online course being run over six weeks in partnership with Parentline starting Thursday 15th April, 7:30 – 9:30p.m. For more details go to www.parentline.ie/courses
For professionals interested in training and delivering the Parenting when Separated Programme, we are also running an online introduction for professionals on Friday 9th April at 10a.m. and the full training takes place on 7th, 13th and 14th May. Bookings here.
If you have already trained in the PWS programme and would like to discover new ways to engage your parents, to boost your practice or just to meet other facilitators delivering the courses, feel free to sign up to our post training group supervision workshop below
Group Supervision – Parenting when Separated Programme
18th March, 2021, 10-11.30 AM Trainer: Adele Keating
free to attend for trained facilitators