VIRTUAL HSCP - Increased Awareness Webinar on Reducing Parental Conflict
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This interactive webinar, delivered by Relate, will support Hampshire professionals, and volunteers to feel confident to differentiate between parental conflict and domestic abuse and to establish at what point parental conflict might become unhealthy. Participants will be able to identify and understand the detrimental impact exposure to a level of parental conflict will have the child/children living in the family. They will learn how to respond, protect children and support parents.
This webinar will also provide signposting to additional information to support professionals, where parental conflict is interfering with family life and proving a barrier to effective professional intervention. The webinar is available to all staff who either come into contact with parents or are directly working with children and young people. This includes schools, nurseries, police colleagues, health colleagues, social workers and family support staff.
Relate’s vision is of a future in which healthy and happy relationships form the heart of a thriving society and we want to make expert information and support for healthy relationships available to everyone. Relate has considerable experience and expertise in the Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) field through the delivery of projects across the UK. In addition, we provide a range of training for professionals and organisations.
About the trainer
Jude Gordon is an experienced practitioner and trainer in the field of young people and families. She began her career in the North East working within education, supporting Looked After Children and working within domestic abuse services. Jude is a qualified Probation Officer, Mental Health First Aid Instructor and Mentalization Therapist. She has been helping deliver the DWP Pilot Reducing Parental Conflict Programme for the last 2 years and is passionate about sharing the learning and helping practitioners have the confidence to start these difficult conversations with families.
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