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Therapeutic Parenting Program

This programme is aimed at parents who are new to Therapeutic Parenting and looking into a detailed insight into the subject. Parents will learn the core principles of Therapeutic Parenting, in order to begin to develop a trusting relationship with their children. Parents will gain…

This programme is aimed at parents who are new to Therapeutic Parenting and looking into a detailed insight into the subject.

Parents will learn the core principles of Therapeutic Parenting, in order to begin to develop a trusting relationship with their children. Parents will gain an underpinning knowledge of Therapeutic Parenting and will be able to implement strategies learnt from the programme, in order to support their child into adulthood.

The programme includes the following topics:

  • Understanding the child
  • Understanding myself
  • Understanding Therapeutic Parenting
  • Advanced Therapeutic Parenting Strategies
  • Working with other (to support the child)

The course is mainly online – learners are also required to attend a Therapeutic Parenting support group regularly throughout the programme. In addition to this, learner’s have support from a programme facilitator and peer support for their studies, through online forum.

Can be studied over 1-year full time, 4 hours of study per week

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sair Penna
Contact Position
Head of Centre for Therapeutic Parenting Studies
Telephone
01453452133
E-mail
inspire@fosteringattachments.co.uk

Where to go

Address
B3 The Priory
Long Street
Dursley
Gloucetster
Postcode
GL11 4HR

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Office is open Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm Friday 9am - 4pm

Other Details

Costs

Details

For more information and for course costs, please contact us on inspire@fosteringattachments.co.uk

Last checked on 17/09/2019

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