Monday 21st September 10- 11:15am
Prof John Sharry
Drawing on the evidence-based Parents Plus Programmes, John Sharry describes practical ways parents can help themselves and their children cope and thrive after separation. In particular the talk will describe how you can learn to:
- communicate and co-parent effectively with your children’s other parent
- maintain the quality of your parenting
- tune into and respond to your child’s needs
- prioritise your own self care as a parent
- minimise post separation challenges and changes
Places are limited and booked via eventbrite
The talk is based on the evidence-based Parents Plus Parenting when Separated Programme which is run as a six-week course in services throughout the country.
If you are interested in attending the full course please contact your local services and One Family who run them are nationally.
There are also many regional organisations offering Parents Plus Courses on a regular basis include SPECS Bray Family Support Project, Clarecare in Co Clare, Love Parenting in Co Limerick, Parenting Monaghan, Donegal Parenting Hub
John Sharry is a social worker and child and family psychotherapist with over 27 years experience working with individuals, families and organisations. A bestselling author of thirteen books on parenting and positive psychology, John is also the co-developer of the Parents Plus Programmes and is an adjunct professor at the School of Psychology in University College Dublin.