Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Parenting Separately Program
Parenting Separately Program Workshops are a culturally adapted version of Relationships Australia Tasmania’s Parenting Orders Program.
It is child focused and can assist with:
- co-parenting support
- positive and effective communication, parenting and conflict resolution
- reduce conflict and improve levels of agreement and co-operation regarding childrens’ care, needs and contact arrangements
- understand the effect of parents conflict on their children and the ongoing well-being of their
- understand child development and separation
assist children and parents with moving forward from separation
- fostering positive parenting relationships
- building sustainable relationships between parents and their children
Who this service is for
This service is for members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Tasmania wishing to learn more about parenting after separation and managing conflict. This is a voluntary program, not a court-ordered program.
Consultations are held with the Tasmania palawa/pakana community on where and how they would like the Parenting Separately Program delivered to best meet the needs of the community with flexibility and adaptability.
This service aims to build connections between the Tasmania palawa/pakana community and Relationships Australia Tasmania to provide a culturally appropriate and sensitive service based on the needs identified by the community.
Employs community capacity building and cultural approaches in working with families.
No individual coaching sessions. Participation is in a group via a series of six (6) education workshops
This is a free service.
How this service is delivered
This service is offered in Hobart.
Call or visit us online
Call our professional staff on 1300 264 277 or visit our website for more information
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