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31 August 2011. Three Components of Keeping Kids in Mind. Case Management Service 2. Group 3. DVD. Key Principles Of Keeping Kids in Mind. Wellbeing of Children & Good Parenting Conditions. CASE MANAGEMENT August 2011. Keeping Kids in Mind Course August 2011.

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Three Components of Keeping Kids in Mind

  • Case Management Service
  • 2. Group
  • 3. DVD
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Key Principles Of Keeping Kids in Mind

Wellbeing of Children

&

Good Parenting Conditions

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CASE MANAGEMENT

August 2011

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Aims of the Keeping Kids in Mind Course

  • knowledge regarding the impact of parental behaviour on children’s wellbeing
  • attitudes towards their own behaviour and that of the other parent
  • knowledge of skills and strategies for managing their own and the other parent’s behaviours related to co-parenting and other associated areas.
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Background Research Findings

  • Three key areas that need to be in place so that children flourish post separation:
        • High parental reflective functioning
        • Low level of parental conflict
        • Strong parental alliance to “support the weight
        • of the developing child” (McIntosh, 2004)
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Psychological ideas underpinning KKIM

Parental Reflective Functioning

Differentiation

Responsibility for self

Emotion Coaching

Developmental impact on children of high parental conflict

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Session Topics of the Keeping Kids in Mind Course

  • Grief and loss after separation
  • The hidden world of children
  • Rebuilding Resilience
  • Bridging the Gap
  • Look Back, Moving Forward
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Who are the Participants?

  • Pitch of the program is at the moderate to beginning of highly conflicted parents.
  • There are assumptions that these parents may not be child focused, even if they claim to be.
  • Parents must be able to function in a group setting.
  • These parents differ from those requiring purely one on one interventions. Pre-group assessment helps to differentiate these parents.
  • Former partners are never in the same group.
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Facilitation

  • Uses educational and group process methods that include:
  • didactic - to give clear unambiguous information, delivered with some degree of authority
  • experiential - to invoke emotion & facilitate embedding of new skills & ways of seeing from a child focused perspective
  • Socratic questioning - to challenge parents to reflect
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Facilitation

  • Examples and activities are topical and realistic to parents
  • The focus of the group is on children’s needs, not grief and loss work for parents. However we acknowledge some aspects of this as it builds therapeutic relationship between facilitators & participants.
  • Tries to pack an emotional punch, particularly around the child’s developmental forecast.