Day: May 10, 2017
Family Justice Services is offering Parenting After Separation and Divorce Program at these locations in May 2017:
Estevan – Saturday, May 13, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Regina – Saturday, May 13 and May 27, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Swift Current – Saturday, May 27, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Yorkton – Saturday, May 13, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
These public information sessions are intended to help people who are considering or may be in the separation/divorce process. Topics of discussion include:
- Options for resolving disputes and stages of separation and divorce: Presentation of the various stages, losses and changes experienced by separating or divorcing couples. Discussion of the options available for dispute resolution. Information of Child Support Guidelines.
- Children’s reaction to separation/divorce: Discussion of how children may react at different developmental ages. Video presentation in which children talk about their personal experience of separation and/or divorce.
- Challenges to parenting post separation/divorce: Presentation on changing family structure and roles. Emphasis on communication and keeping children out of the middle of parental conflict. Discussion video.
There is no fee for these sessions but registration is mandatory. To register, call (306) 787-9905 in Regina or toll-free 1-888-218-2822. Location will be provided when you register. Classes are for adults only. No child care will be provided.
By Sarah Roussel-Lewis
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