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Tuning in to Kids™ for Afghan Dads (Cranbourne)

Tuning in to Kids™ for Afghan Dads (Cranbourne)

A group for dads in the Cranbourne area to develop and enhance your parenting skills, focusing on building the relationship between you and your child.

Do you have a connection to the Cranbourne area (place of residence, work, school, or relatives), and:

  • have a child aged 12 or under?
  • have difficulty managing your child’s behaviour?
  • want to strengthen your parenting skills?
  • want to learn ways to better connect with your child?
  • feel concerned about the level of conflict in your home?

This course teaches dads:

  • to be aware and to regulate your own emotions
  • to be aware of your child’s emotions
  • to use your child’s emotional experiences as an opportunity for closeness and teaching
  • skills to help your child verbally name their emotions
  • skills to help your child to problem-solve
  • to guide your child’s behaviour with appropriate limits.

Please note: Only parents attend this program. Children cannot be accommodated in groups.

This group is for

We are funded to provide this program for Afghan dads in the Cranbourne area with children aged 12 and under. This group is delivered by Afghan facilitators who are fluent in several Afghan dialects.

 

Duration

6 x 2-hour sessions. No dates are currently scheduled. 

 

Express your interest

To express your interest in future groups, contact our Cranbourne Centre:

Please note: Before you start the group, you will need to attend a brief assessment, on a Saturday, to confirm that this group is suitable for your circumstances.

 

Tuning in to Kids™ is provided by Relationships Australia Victoria and funded by the Communities for Children Initiative in Windermere, which is supported by the Australian Government.

Dates/times

No groups are currently scheduled. Please contact us to express your interest in future groups.

Pricing
Free of charge. Bookings are essential as places are limited.
Location
Online
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