Partnership for Parenting After Divorce Level 1 1 Day
About this Class
Date and Time
Wednesday February 24, 2021 5:00pm to 10:00pm
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This course is a skills-based workshop designed to help parents foster skills and strategies needed to enhance communication and work towards building an effective foundation for a co-parenting relationship. Divorce is a life altering event that impacts the entire family structure. This workshop helps parents to minimize the negative impact of divorce/separation on children while highlighting the benefits of working together as partners.
Topics include: Defining divorce/dissolution and its process The responsibilities of parents during this process The emotional impact parents are experiencing Allowing parents to understand that a divorce/dissolution follows the process of grief and loss and identifying their stage
Defining and identifying parenting styles and awareness of the dos and donts of parenting. Our evidence-based, therapeutic models are governed in Motivational Interviewing, Social Learning Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Based Therapy, Accelerated Learning Strategies, Experiential Techniques and Strength Based Approaches. ISAE consistently utilizes best practices and classroom methods to impact all four modalities of learning, which include seeing, hearing, moving, and touching.
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