Supporting Children After Separation
Supporting Children After Separation (SCAS) Program, provided by Relationships Australia Tasmania, is a specialist counselling and support service for children and adolescents aged 5-18 years of age from separated or separating families.
Supporting Children After Separation (SCAS) Program:
• is individualised to the child’s circumstances and needs.
• assists children to adjust and cope with their parents’ separation.
• helps children with the changes and challenges associated with separation.
• facilitates children in feeling confident to participate in decisions impacting on them in relation to the separation of their parents.
• provides helpful strategies to manage emotions and distress.
If your child is distressed, angry, sad, confused and/or upset in relation to the process of parental separation, they could benefit from engaging in the SCAS program.
Who this service is for
SCAS is for children and adolescents aged 5-18 years of age from separated or separating families
This is a fee-paying service, concessions do apply.
When you call to book an appointment, we will discuss fees and payment options.
Monday- Friday: 9:00am- 5:00pm
How this service is delivered
This service is available in Hobart.
Call or visit us online
Call our professional staff on 1300 364 277 to make an appointment.
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