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Supporting Parents Online

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03/08/2020

We know that parenting can be tough at times. The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone in different ways, and with many families spending increased amounts of time together due to the Stay-at-Home restrictions, it’s understandable if you’re experiencing more tension in your household than usual.

We’re pleased to be able to provide the following parenting programs online, to assist you to better communicate, manage conflict and connect with your children and teenagers now and into the future.

Tuning in to Teens (Kew) – Online

Backed by evidence-based research, parents of pre-adolescents and teenagers aged 12 to 16 years will develop key skills to recognise and respond to your teen’s emotions.

When: Starts on 12 August 2020 and runs for six sessions.

Find out more and reserve your place.

DadStuff (Webinar)

A free webinar where dads and father-figures can get information about different ways to be a dad, the relationship with your partner, and connecting with your kids.

When: 19 August, 18 September, 21 October, 20 November, 16 December 2020.

Find out more and reserve your place.

early matters: Tuning in to Kids (Sunshine) – Online

Emotionally Intelligent Parenting: Learn how to better understand and interact with your child.

When: Starts on 12 October 2020 and runs for six sessions.

Find out more and reserve your place.

early matters: Tuning in to Kids (Ballarat) - Online

Emotionally Intelligent Parenting: Learn how to better understand and interact with your child.

When: Starts on 16 October 2020 and runs for six sessions.

Find out more and reserve your place.

 

Need more support?

We’re committed to supporting Victorians during the COVID-19 crisis, and are continuing to provide services, including counselling and family dispute resolution, via telephone, video and online appointments. For more information and to contact your nearest centre, click here.

We’ve also developed a suite of easy-to-read resources to help you navigate the challenges you might be facing as a result of COVID-19, including managing stress, working from home and managing social isolation with your partner and family. To read them online, click here.

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