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The Post Separation Cooperative Parenting Program is a free service offered by Lifeline Community Care Queensland located in Caboolture.

The program is for separated parents who are in conflict or who are having trouble managing parenting arrangements.

It provides free individual counselling, free parenting seminars and referrals.

Many separated parents know that the conflict between them is making their children unhappy but feel there is nothing they can do.

The Post Separation Cooperative Parenting program can help parents learn what children need after their parents have separated and find ways to help their children.

The program also aims to assist parents to disengage from conflict with the other parent, to improve communication, and to focus on the needs of the children. This program does not include seeing the children, rather the focus is on the parents individually and what they can do to have strong healthy relationships with their children.

The program is aimed at both parents individually. Parents do not attend the service together rather, individual times are set. If only one parent attends, the program is still a positive, helpful tool that can assist that parent to have strong healthy relationships with their children.

Those interested in this free program can phone to make an appointment. Alternatively, referrals can be made by various services including: community and government organisations, mediation services, and solicitors.

The Post Separation Cooperative Parenting program is funded by the Australian Government under the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.

For more information or to make an appointment phone Jade Cronan on 5428 4270.

 



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