We are currently offering The Reducing Parental Conflict Program in response to research findings that identifies children exposed to parental conflict experience a decline in mental health and poorer long term outcomes.
The aim of the programme is to upskill practitioners in supporting parents to reduce conflict within their relationship irrespective of parents living together or separated. In turn this will enable parents to improve outcomes for their children.
Who is it for?
Practitioners or agencies that have contact with parents either directly, of by working with their children, play an important role in identifying and supporting the reduction of parental conflict. This programme supports practitioners, supervisors, managers and wider agencies in building awareness and developing the confidence, knowledge and skills to work with parents in Gloucestershire.
How is it delivered?
Through 4 e-learning modules and/or a webinar with a Practitioner Delivered Group Training session.
The e-learning programme is delivered through four online learning sessions that cover module content described below and have downloadable material to support learning and practice. All modules are an e-learning programme, which can also be booked as a stand alone method of learning.
Each e-learning session/module take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
The reducing parental conflict e-learning program consists of 4 modules (Available Soon)
Module 1: Understanding the parental conflict evidence base. This provides practitioners with the knowledge to underpin practice and awareness. The module therefor explores the base and the impact of parental conflict on outcomes for children.
Module 2: Identify and discuss parental conflict with parents. This module focusses on the causes of parental conflict and equips practitioners with the skills to work with parents to identify and explore parental conflict.
Module 3: Working with parents in conflict. This skills based workshop introduces a series of tools that can be used to work with parents, encouraging behavioural change and promoting positive communication.
Module 4: The role of supervisors and managers in managing people to address parental conflict. This workshop focuses on the importance of recognising parental conflict, with an aim to develop the skills to coach and support practitioners.
There is also a Webinar in development for a Reducing Parental Conflict Awareness session that has detail in how support can be provided in Gloucestershire. This is a recording of a 2 hour training session for understanding parental conflict and its impact on children’s outcomes. The webinar provides Practitioners with the knowledge to underpin practice. This introductory workshop explores the evidence base and the impact of parental conflict on outcomes for children.
There is also Practitioner Delivered Group Training; this is a 3 hour group learning session delivered by Early Help Practitioners. This can be booked HERE (Available Now)
- Reducing Parental Conflict Practitioner Training
Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental Conflict & Working with Parents in Conflict.
Focusing on the causes of parental conflict, this workshop equips Practitioners with the skills to work with parents to identify and explore relationship conflict
This skills-based workshop introduces a series of tools that can be used to work with parents, encouraging behaviour change and promoting positive communication that will reduce parental conflict