RAISING AWARENESS OF PARENTAL CONFLICT – Theatre Presentation - NEW!

Date & Time:

Thursday 26 May 2022 (14:00 - 16:00)

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Venue:

Midlands Art Centre (Foyle Studio), Cannon Hill Park Birmingham

Detail:

Target Group: Professionals working with children and/or their families in Birmingham

 Event Aim: To raise awareness of the impact of parental conflict on children

Learning Objectives:

Understand the need for early intervention and preventative work

Consider how to explore and respond to parental conflict in practice with children and their families

Covid-19 Requirements:

Please note that subject to advice we will review and either reschedule or offer these events on line.  

Refreshments are not included, and MAC do not allow delegates to bring their own, but food and drink are available to purchase on site.

It is very important that if you book a place but later cannot attend that you cancel your place at least 14 days before the event date.  This will enable the place to be offered to delegates on the waiting list and will avoid any non attendance charges being made to your organisation.  Cancellation requests outside of 14 days should be emailed to bscp.contactus@birminghamchildrenstrust.co.uk; 

Geese Theatre Company is internationally recognised as one of the leading organisations using theatre and drama to enable choice, personal responsibility andchange.
Geese have developed this interactive theatre piece, aimed at a multi-agency audience, to explore harmful parental conflict and the impact it has on children. How do we recognise it? How is different from constructive conflct? How is it different to domestic abuse? What kind of interventions might be effective? This powerful piece will act as a stimulus for audience debate and help professionals working with children and families gain a more in depth understanding of the issue.


Places Available:

90

Further Information:

Trainer:

BCT

Venue Details:

Midlands Art Centre (Foyle Studio), Cannon Hill Park Birmingham