Bristol family law firm offers workshops for parents on talking to your children during divorce

February 20, 2019

Telling the kids you are separating is never going to be easy.  But there are tools and strategies that you can use to help reduce the stress and confusion in this challenging time.

To help, Stowe Family Law in Bristol has partnered with Claire Black Divorce Coach and Parenting Success to run its second workshop that offers advice to Mums and Dads who are going through a separation.

The workshop will cover the tools needed to talk to your children with confidence during your divorce including words to use and not use, what to say and what not to say. It will also explore ways to build a healthy and strong connection and maintain open communication.

Held at the Stowe Family Law office at Queen Square in Bristol, the workshops are available for Mums on Thursday 14 March from 10am -1pm and for Dads from 2pm – 5pm.

Jemma Slavin, Stowe Family Law Managing Partner at the Bristol office said:

“We are delighted to have partnered with Claire Black Divorce Coach and Parenting Success to run our second supportive workshop not just to our clients but also to the wider community. Telling the children, you are separating is such a difficult conversation.  And whilst nothing will make it ‘easy’ there are some guidelines that should help to make it a less traumatic experience for you all.”

Claire Black Divorce Coach said:

“I am thrilled to be working with Stowe Family Law and Parenting Success again to run the second in our series of supportive workshops. I know from working with my clients that how to tell the children and help them handle the divorce process is a key priority. If you would like to learn techniques on how to talk to your children about the situation that helps reduce guilt, anger or confusion, then this is the workshop for you.”

Places for the workshops are available to book online at the following locations:  Separated Mum’s Group and Separated Dad’s Group

 

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