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Workshop: Working with parents' anger

October 05, 2017 at 6:41 PM


Stage One: Taking The Heat Off The Child

 2-Day Auckland Workshop

6 & 7 November, 2017

This 2-day workshop is for people who work with parents, caregivers and families, where anger and distress is impacting children. The focus is on increasing awareness of escalation and de-escalation processes, as well as interventions to take the heat off the child, while supporting parents’ development.

Training Methodology

This workshop combines ideas and practice, utilizing teaching, experiential methods, groupwork and self-reflection. Learning occurs in an environment of confidentiality and open enquiry.

Our beliefs, values, and life experiences effect what we do, and how we do it. This perspective underpins the workshop process.


The workshop is suitable for people working with parents and families in a range of settings where there are opportunities to respond from a therapeutic framework.

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Category: Training