For couples looking to make an informed decision on divorce, or for those who require support in transitioning through a divorce.
The programmes aim to empower families and their children impacted by divorce to achieve stability and self-reliance. These include working towards positive co-parenting and managing family transitions for positive child outcomes.
Children-in-Between Programme – Parents (2 group sessions of 2 hours each): To equip parents with skills to better understand children’s needs, strengthen co-parenting cooperation, reduce parental conflicts, and improve outcomes for children. Find out more here.
Children-in-Between Programme – Children (3 group sessions of 2 hours each): To equip children aged 6 to 15 who are caught between their parents or face challenges from parental conflict, with skills to cope with parental divorce. Find out more here.
Children of Divorce Intervention Programme (6 group sessions of 2 hours each): To equip children aged 7 to 12 who may not have shown outward signs of distress, with skills to cope with potential challenges brought about by parental divorce.
Mandatory Co-Parenting Programme: To guide parents with children below 12 years old in making informed decisions that prioritise the well-being of their children.
Parenting Pact (1 group session of 2 hours): To help parents with children under 21 years old understand the impact of divorce on their children, learn cooperative co-parenting strategies, and practise self-care.
Support group for divorced/divorcing parents to explore navigating life during and after divorce. Find out more here.