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This program nurtures a positive parent child relationship and helps parents support children to understand and manage their emotions.
Dads Tuning In to Kids is a parenting program that aims to give fathers helpful ways of teaching their child the skills of emotional intelligence. This program teaches ‘emotion coaching’ which is to recognise, understand and respond to children’s emotions in an accepting, supportive way. These are the same skills that are taught in Tuning in to Kids®, however the Dad’s program provides additional content particularly relevant to fathers. This approach nurtures a positive parent child relationship and helps parents support children to understand and manage their emotions.
Fathers of children under age 10 (approx.)
The course can help you learn:
This is a 6-week program with weekly sessions of two hours.
To participate in our online groups, you will need to join the Zoom sessions from a safe and private space, with a camera on so you are visible to the group. We are unable to include participants while driving or caring for children.
We are not currently delivering the Dad’s program, however, Dads are welcome and included in our general Tuning In to Kids program.
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