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Featured Project - Family Transitions Triple P Workshop

Are you a newly separated parent and concerned about how to maintain a good parenting relationship with your child?

Family Transitions Triple P Workshop

The team from the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program at The University of Queensland are giving parents the opportunity to access a free, half-day parenting workshop for divorced or separated parents. The first workshop will be held on Saturday the 25th of October at the School of Psychology, St Lucia Campus.

Is this you?

You are a parent who has been separated from your partner less than two years. You have at least one child aged between two and twelve years.

What is the Family Transitions Triple P workshop?

The Family Transitions Triple P workshop is designed for parents who are experiencing personal distress from separation or divorce which is impacting the task of parenting. It deals with topics such as how to improve your personal coping skills, reduce conflict between parents, improve family relationships, and how to best support your child during this challenging time. 

What happens at the Family Transitions Triple P workshop?

The Family Transitions workshop is a half-day (4 hour) presentation. It targets concerns, such as how improve your personal coping skills, reduce conflict between parents, improve family relationships, and best support your child during this time. At the workshop you'll be given a tip sheet to take home to remind you of the great ideas you've heard. You'll be able to start positive parenting straight away and be equipped with the skills and strategies to help navigate this period.

How do I get involved?

Visit our website and complete the first questionnaire at:

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For further information or any questions, please email:

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