Parenting Order
Programs (POP)

Parenting Order Program

Parenting Order Program (POP) is particularly useful if you are experiencing conflict in adhering to parenting orders made by the court, or as agreed with your former partner in an outside court settlement. This program will assist you to reduce conflict and stay focused on your children's needs.

Who is it for?

If you are having difficulty implementing court ordered parenting arrangements , this program will assist you to reduce conflict and stay focused on your children's needs

What will it be like?

Attending the Parenting Orders Program is an opportunity to get support after a divorce or separation. A skilled Family Counsellor will establish a safe and supportive environment where you can share your experiences and challenges. People who have attended this program have reported it has helped them and their children deal with change and improved relationships between themselves and their former partner.

Key outcomes

  • Clarify your problems.
  • Gain new perspectives.
  • Work through change.

How can it help me?

Parenting Order Program (POP) is particularly useful if you are experiencing conflict in adhering to parenting orders made by the court, or as agreed with your former partner in an outside court settlement.

The program offers individual or joint sessions for you and your ex-partner where safe to do so, and child consultation for children between 5-18 years. Children can share their experience of the current arrangements, and have their voice heard to assist parents in better responding to their needs.

Group Programs like Parenting after Separation, Home2Home and Child Focus seminars are also offered as part of this program for parents and children.

Booking this program

You can book this program by either calling us on 1300 364 277 or emailing us at enquiries@ransw.org.au

Fees

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

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