How valuable is this information?
As parents we are the primary source of a child’s conscious and unconscious learnings and it is this fact which makes it all the more important in how we interact with our children during these formative years.
I am a single parent, is this course useful to me and my ex-partner?
Couples who are no longer together, may well wish to continue being good parents and to remain involved in their children’s developing lives. Remaining in contact with an ex-partner can be difficult without having a sound basis in good co-parenting skills, and developing a new way to communicate without further hurt and denial of love to the children involved.
Going through divorce can be a crisis and a major loss for the adults and children involved. Upon separating, each parent has a dual task; to make the adjustment to being a single person as well as to being a single parent. At the same time, they are not exactly single parents if they intend to work out a co-parenting arrangement to remain passionately involved in their children’s lives.
People who separate but continue to work cooperatively as parents have a very positive effect on their children’s development and adjustment to living in two separate households. This course, if shared between all the parties involved, will offer some great practical support in challenging times.
How soon can I start the program?
Do I have to take the course all at once?
Should I not just know how to be a parent?
We all want the very best for our children and while you may well be doing a pretty good job, it’s like everything else, you can always learn a few additional skills, which can make a huge difference to both you and your child. This course provides you with the tips and techniques to enhance your skills and to apply the information in real life situations, and all without moving outside the door!