Who It's For

This program is for parents and carers who have separated from an abusive partner and are looking for strategies to help rebuild their lives.

How We Help

Our online group supports you as you make a transition out of an abusive relationship and offers practical parenting strategies for survivors of domestic violence.

What to Expect

Our therapists offer an environment in which you can share difficulties and learn from others who can empathise with you. We present practical activities and strategies for you to try with your family and then review these in the following sessions.


Six sessions, over six weeks
Two hours per session


Fees are determined based on your income at a level affordable to you. No one is turned away because of an inability to pay.

Delivery Options

This group workshop is available online.

What you’ll learn

During this group program you will learn about:

How separation from an abusive partner can affect you, as a survivor of abuse
Reducing hatred of your ex-partner through processing your grief
How to support your child’s understanding of the conflict they may have witnessed
Ways to parent so you meet your child’s needs and keep them safe
Methods to help you rebuild your relationship with your child where abuse has caused damage
How to establish physical and emotional safety and build strong boundaries

How to Enrol

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Enquiry Form

Complete the enquiry form below.

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Phone Call

Our team will call you for a short, private conversation to determine if the program is right for you.

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If it’s a good fit, we’ll book you into the next available group.

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If our upcoming program is full, we’ll place you on our waitlist and contact you as soon as we have availability in another group.

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Our group workshops are perfect for those looking to build their relationship skills in a safe, supportive and collaborative group environment, led by our expert facilitators. We cover a huge range of topics, from parenting techniques to developing mental wellbeing practices – and offer groups throughout the year, both online and face-to-face.
If you’re unable to attend a session, please contact our client services team by calling 1300 364 277 or emailing us, and we will let your Group Leaders know. Please note – for those who’ve been court-ordered to attend one of our group programs (such as our Men’s Behaviour Change program), participants must attend at least 80% of the workshop’s scheduled sessions in order to receive a statement of attendance.

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