Positive Parenting Programme® – Teen (Triple P)
“Who’s in Charge?” (“WiC?”)
Time Out for Parents: Children with Special Needs ADHD
Time Out for Parents: Children with Special Needs ASD
Time Out for Parents: Children with Special Needs
These programmes are best suited for delivery in a group-work setting but can also be delivered on a 1:1 basis. They are designed for families, parents or carers with Complex Needs
All of the sessions are run by me but may involve input from other experienced facilitators from time to time. The groups or 1:1 sessions can be run in the evening, the daytime or at the weekend to suit.
Parents/carers should expect the courses to encourage them to:
The programmes support all parents or carers including those whose children are engaging in or at risk of engaging in:
My unique delivery of these programmes is designed to “contain” and support families, parents or carers who may lead busy or chaotic lives and/or who may have had their own poor experiences during childhood. Each program uses group exercises, discussion, facilitator input and handouts to take participants through an experiential process that aims to bring about both attitude change and behaviour change. The main goal is to empower participants, reduce stress and guilt and provide families, parents or carers with concrete ideas and strategies that they can implement at their own pace.
There is no guarantee that changes in the adult’s attitude or behaviour will produce behavioural change in their difficult child or Teen, at least in the short term. However my hope, and experience, is that there will be an improvement in the child’s behaviour and in his/her relationships with parents, carers and/or family members.
Delivery is tailored to meet a variety of learning needs and takes account of the latest research into the impact of trauma upon learning. These programmes are particularly suitable for those adults who have or have had to cope with:
These interventions seek to complement & support the statutory CHILD PROTECTION process, aiming to:
Greater protection is achieved through Awareness by increasing the participant’s…..
Long-term change is supported through:
Positive Parenting Programme® – Teen (Triple P) – 25+ years of evidence-based research
“Who’s in Charge?” (“WiC?”) – given an Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award 2010
Time Out for Parents with Special Needs: ADHD
Time Out for Parents with Special Needs: ASD
Time Out for Parents or Carers with Special Needs