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New course for parents experiencing post-separation conflict

CentaCare Family and Relationship Services has developed a five-week course for parents experiencing ongoing conflict after separating, to ensure parents are Keeping Kids in Mind. The course only costs $10 for workbook materials and is designed to assist parents to see through their children’s eyes the experience of parental separation, develop greater understanding about how to support children following family separation, and provide an avenue of support and guidance for struggling parents. Prior to course commencement all participants will be contacted for a short phone interview. Two intakes will be held this year, one in March and a second in August. Find out more or contact Centacare on 3624 0100 or cfrs.chermsidefrc@bne.centacare.net.au to register.

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