WEBINAR: Reducing Parental Conflict: PART TWO of two
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Working with Parents in Conflict: PART TWO: How do I support, refer or intervene?
Conflict between parents is a normal part of relationships. However, there is a large body of evidence that shows that parental conflict which is frequent, intense and poorly resolved can harm children’s outcomes – regardless of whether parents are together or separated.
The new national Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) Programme is working to interrupt that cycle, embedding evidence-based support to tackle parental conflict in local areas.
By the end of this half-day skills-based workshop delivered by KnowledgePool, participants will be able to:
- Identify the level of conflict encountered and describe the most appropriate support to offer
- Respond appropriately when parental conflict is identified
- Practice how to approach conversations that may arise around distressed relationships
- Know about the available local and national resources available to support parents whose relationship is in conflict
- Help parents to engage with these services, by being able to describe what they do and what the evidence shows us about long term outcomes for children
- Identify when to talk with your manager about possible domestic abuse and/or child safeguarding situations
- Delegates are asked to bring anonymised information on a case involving parental conflict which may be worked on together in case study discussions.
Please ensure you book a place on BOTH part one and two.
Please note you will receive joining instructions directly from KnowledgePool your course link will be via Adobe Connect
For further information about the training or programme please contact Abi Wycherley, Reducing Parental Conflict Lead for Oxfordshire County Council : Abi.Wycherley@Oxfordshire.gov.uk
Who is this training for?
This training is open to a wide range of frontline practitioners in a variety of roles across the reach of Local Authorities, partner, and community based organisations. Anyone who regularly interacts with children and parents is eligible for training.
Organisational leads, those with managerial or supervisory responsibility are also encouraged to join.
Reducing Parental Conflict training may be especially useful for those working within:
- Anti-Social Behaviour intervention
- Children’s settings
- Early help
- Early years
- Employment support
- Family services
- GP surgeries
- Health visiting
- Job centres
- Mental health
- Schools and colleges
- Substance misuse
- Youth services
It is recommended that you have undertaken domestic abuse training prior to attending the course. You must be aware of the dynamics and impacts of domestic abuse, risk assessment and management processes, and referral routes.