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Event *>‘Every Relationship Matters in Norfolk’ Reducing Parental Conflict Practitioner skills workshop
 

Aim: To increase the knowledge and skills of practitioners undertaking work with children, young people and their families where parental conflict is identified.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the session, practitioners will:

  • Have knowledge of how to identify and use the recommended tools in their practice with children, young people and their families.
  • Understand how parental conflict relates to domestic abuse.
  • Be able to explore approaches that families can use themselves to reduce parental conflict and its impact on their children, including utilising the extended family support network.
  • Be able to enable children and young people to seek support outside of their family where they need this.
  • Awareness of a range of resources that can be shared and used with families as part of the practitioner toolkit for working with and reducing parental conflict.

 

Target Audience – Front line practitioners who undertake direct work with children, young people and their families.

 

These sessions will be delivered face to face/via Microsoft Teams.

 

Date Location Start Time    
22/09/2022 Microsoft Teams Session 09.30 Book
13/10/2022 Microsoft Teams Session 12.30 Book
10/11/2022 Cavell Room South Norfolk Council Offices Long Stratton 09.30 Book
08/12/2022 Microsoft Teams Session 12.30 Book