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Parenting after Separation – FREE course

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The new course to help you parent after family breakdown

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Dad.info know the challenges that come to parents and children after separation. If you are concerned for your children as a result of family breakdown try our course designed for separated parents. Easy to watch animated parenting tools alongside videos from our parent support team demonstrate how to put the training into practice.

The course has been developed using the expertise of Fegans‘ counsellors, who work with hundreds of families every week.  Effective parenting is the best solution to the increasing mental health issues of our children and young people. Fegans support, train and equip parents to give a renewed sense of confidence and ultimately improve your relationship with your child, now and for the future.

This course is completely free.

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