We are delighted to share that we have received a funding boost from our project funder the National Lottery Community Fund. This funding will go towards developing two key pieces of therapeutic support to be delivered online, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Love & Rage – This funding boost will be used to develop our parenting programme ‘Love and Rage’ into an online programme for our parents. The Love and Rage programme is for parents who have adopted, and whose child is exhibiting highly aggressive (verbally or physically) behaviours. The programme aims to provide a safe place to share experience, learning and knowledge in understanding and supporting children. We hope to deliver this course online late March, early April 2021. For further information or to book a place please contact us. Places will be limited.
Parent self-care art and Dyadic art therapy – We are very excited to develop and pilot two new pieces of online therapeutic support through art. The first is a parent self-care art group. This will be delivered within a small group setting and will provide a much welcomed pause to reflect, create and share a space with like-minded people. Dyadic art therapy is a form of art therapy when parent and child attend the sessions together. This form of therapy can be exceptionally strengthening for the parent-child relationship as the parent learns to contain and support their child through the therapy sessions. No previous art experience is needed and we supply all the art materials needed.