Co-Parenting Success! Workshops
The Co-parenting Programme is an early intervention initiative designed to improve the well-being of children whose parents have separated and reduce parental conflict in post-separation relationships. The program seeks to equip separated parents with the requisite skills to create and maintain a positive, nurturing, and mutually respectful co-parenting environment that supports their children's optimal development in their home, school, and play environments.
The program focuses primarily on families that have recently separated or have been separated for an extended period but face new triggers, such as changes in employment status, geographical change, new partners, health and mental well-being issues, and more. The Co-parenting Programme is a three-hour workshop that provides practical strategies, tips, and tools aimed at helping to separate or separated parents understand the challenges of transitioning from an intimate relationship to a working relationship. It provides them with a framework for successful and positive co-parenting. By offering early intervention and preventative measures, the program seeks to foster a healthier and more supportive co-parenting environment that promotes the well-being of children and their families.