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There are many forms of grief and loss, and how we express our grief differs from person to person. In this session we will explore the grieving process, different types of grief, symptoms and reactions to grief, differences in grieving, what to say/not say and how to assist. For more information and to enrol, please go hereFind out more »
The online film, "Child Inclusive Clinical Demonstration" features extracts from children's interviews in two cases. Professor Jennifer McIntosh interviews Nicholas and his sister Grace, aged 9 and 13 respectively, and Anna. These scenarios demonstrate the use of multiple tools for enabling children of various ages to tell their story of parental separation. The film also features extracts of a feedback conversation conducted with Anna's parents in the course of their mediation.Find out more »
"Conflict and Choice" is a useful online educational tool for separating parents, pre-mediation. The 20 minute award-winning short film is a powerful dramatisation of the pathways that two families took through dispute resolution: court, and child inclusive mediation. As we watch Anna and her parents arrive at a child centred resolution, the transforming possibilities of the child inclusive pathway become clear. Written by the Children in Focus Team, Produced by COMET and Directed by award winning Director, Nancy Black.Find out more »
The Core Training Day includes all aspects of the Customised Version necessary to enable and accredit the Facilitator to use the material immediately. The fee covers the programmed two-day arrangement. It is preferable when the Core and Going Deeper Training days are run consecutively, that participants attend both days. If that is not feasible or is not available, you can attend the Going Deeper Training day within 12 months from the Core Training workshop, as advertised on this website. The Going Deeper Day is a follow-up and consolidation day. It…Find out more »
A comprehensive one-day training course that equips you with the knowledge to teach parents and carers of 2-12 year-olds skills to manage their children’s difficult behaviour. Expected learning outcomes: The ability to conduct the 123 Magic® & Emotion Coaching program, as either a three-meeting parent education course or to teach the program one-to-one at your workplace. Knowledge of easy-to-use techniques that parents and carers can use to help children develop self-control and respond with flexibility to frustration. Active PD points…Find out more »
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