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Working with Parents' Anger - Two Day Auckland Workshop

January 26, 2017 at 4:00 PM

WORKING WITH PARENTS’ ANGER

Stage One: Taking The Heat Off The Child

 2-Day Auckland Workshop

18 & 19 May 2017

For Those Working with Parents, Caregivers and Families

 Workshop Content

Working with parents whose anger is harming their children can be challenging. Understanding anger and having a range of ideas of how to work with it assists us to intervene effectively to take the heat off the child, while supporting parents’ development.

This workshop offers a systemic perspective on both parent-child dynamics and our own practice. You will gain insight and skills to assist parents to manage and resolve anger towards their children.

Training Methodology

This workshop combines theory and practice using experiential methods and teaching. Learning occurs in an environment of confidentiality, acceptance and open enquiry. Participants are encouraged to bring current work situations to explore and reflect on.

Participants

The workshop is suitable for a wide range of people who work with parents, care-givers and families. This includes those in community services, health, welfare, social development, education, corrections and justice sectors.

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