Supporting Healthy Relationships

Parental conflict can destabilise relationships and damage children’s upbringing, potentially harming their opportunities well into the future. There is compelling evidence that conflict between parents – whether together or separated – can have a significant long term negative impact on children's mental health and long term life chances. Not all conflict is damaging, but when it is frequent, intense, and poorly resolved it can harm children's outcomes.

OnePlusOne’s digital interventions are designed to help parents reflect on conflict in their relationship with current or ex-partners, and the impact of that conflict on their children. The interventions use videos and animations which incorporate evidence-based techniques to promote behaviour change.

The practitioner training programme is designed for anyone who works with parents in a variety of settings including health, children’s social care, and education. They are likely to be working with families where there are already high levels of poorly managed conflict between parents who are together or separated.

 The practitioner programme is designed to be facilitated over two sessions:

1. What do I need to know about relationships?

2. How do I use digital resources with parents?

 

Practitioners attending the training programme will learn how to:

 Please note this course is delivered online over 2 consecutive half days; 9.30-12.30 on 16th and 17th October 2023

Dates

March 2024

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
25/03/2024 09:30-12:30 2 Days online. Invitation with Microsoft Teams link will be sent out 15 Book

May 2024

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
01/05/2024 09:30-16:30 1 Day GW03 Dolcoath Camborne 16 Book

June 2024

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
12/06/2024 09:30-16:30 1 Day St Austell Family Hub 16 Book