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Tuning in to Teens

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Tuning in to Teens

Tuning in to Teens helps parents teach their teenage children to control, understand and express their emotions in healthy ways. The program offers tools to recognise, understand and respond to teenage emotions, and helps parents manage their own emotional responses.

Supported Connections Playgroup

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Supported Connections Playgroup

A fortnightly playgroup for single parents and carers who don't currently live with their children. The group offers support in transitioning to independent parenting in a friendly and inclusive setting.

Circle of Security

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Circle of Security

This early intervention program offers tools to strengthen bonds with your children and help them feel more secure. Grounded in research, you’ll discover ways to develop your child’s self-esteem and their ability to forge healthy relationships both within and outside the family.

Tuning in to Kids

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Tuning in to Kids

This program helps parents and carers of children 12 and under ‘tune in’ and improve communication and connection with their kids. Practical tools help you build emotional intelligence in your child and manage challenging behaviour.

Parenting After Separation

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Parenting After Separation

Managing a difficult relationship with a former partner can be difficult, especially when kids are involved. This group offers tools to improve communication, reduce conflict and make decisions in the best interests of your kids.

Bringing Up Great Kids

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Bringing Up Great Kids

Bringing Up Great Kids offers tools for parents and carers to better understand their child’s actions, and work together to enhance communication skills and patterns of behaviour.

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