Parenting information programme definition

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What does Parenting information programme mean?

A court ordered contact activity designed to educate separating parents about how their actions could impact upon their child or children.

The course is run over two two-hour sessions on consecutive weeks and is designed to help reduce the conflict between separating parents so that their child's needs are once again taken into account positively. It is designed to show parents how their own (negative) feelings about the other parent can have a detrimental effect on their child whether or not the child is present to witness the conflict.

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