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The earlier in your separation you can get to a programme the better for you and your children. You can attend Parenting through Separation even if you are just thinking of separating, or if you have been separated for some time – it’s all about making things better for the children.
The programme, funded by the Ministry of Justice, has been written by professionals who specialise in helping families through separation, and is delivered by experienced facilitators from Family Works and the Community Law Centre.
The programme is focused on providing practical advice and information to keep things as stress-free as possible for your children and to help you work out what parenting arrangements will work if or when you separate.
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Each programme is made up of two sessions lasting approximately two hours and is run in a small group setting. We have programmes running at a range of times and locations to suit you.
During the sessions you can choose to say as much or as little as you like about your individual situation. However, you can rest assured our experienced programme facilitators make sure each session is welcoming, relaxed, supportive and informative.
While it’s good if both parents/carers attend Parenting through Separation, we strongly recommend you attend separate sessions. Let us know when you register if you have a different family name from your ex-partner, so we can make sure you are not both at the same session.
Check out our events calendar to find the next Parenting through Separation programme near you. [Link to calendar]
To register or for more information call us on 0800 FAM WORKS or email email@example.com.
We’re local and we’re here to help. Contact Family Works to register for Family Works Resolution Service (FWRS) or a Parenting through Separation course near you.