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Improving the lives
of children and families

Our primary focus is improving the lives of children and families.

Going through conflict, whether separate or together, is a normal part of relationships. However, when parental conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved, it can have a significant negative impact on children’s emotions.

We understand that separation or divorce is one of the hardest things you will go through – and when there is a child/ren involved we know this gets even more difficult.

We help and support parents when they need it the most. Our specialist support is designed to help parents whose communication has broken down with their partner/spouse.

The primary focus of The Parenting Apart Programme enables parents to develop healthy and respectful working parent relationship so that they can continue to have positive relationships with their child/ren.

When relationships break down, you want to resolve matters as quickly as possible. Our support has proven to save the cost, time, and emotional damage of litigation.

The Parenting Apart Programme is more cost-effective and charge less per hour than solicitors. It’s better to try and reach an agreement as you could save money in legal fees.

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Following the government’s latest advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19), most of our face-to-face services are temporarily closed.
 
We understand that the current situation with isolation may be creating additional stress, aside from any of the typical difficulties that families sometimes need support for.
 

As a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, we understand that you might be worried about you children right now and how they can maintain safe contact with the parent who is not living in the same house.

Our parenting apart programme is available online via Skype or Zoom so email us at: enquires@parentingapartprogramme.co.uk

Why We Do What We Do?

Watch the video below to find out why we help parents to put their child/ren first… 

Why The Parenting Apart Programme?