Are you a parent who is sorting out your separation or dealing with your divorce? Concerned about the impact this has on your children? Involved in Family Court proceedings and need a Parenting Program? Looking for a forum to open your co-parenting dialogue?
Welcome to Kids Come First® – where every separated parent can take a positive step forward to supporting themselves & their children!
Because finding the right specialist support and getting expert co-parenting guidance – as early as possible- will help both you and your children!
Save yourself valuable time, money and emotional energy by booking your bespoke solo or joint workshop now in London; Middlesex; Surrey; Wiltshire (or via Zoom!)
Call 0778 9497275 or email: email@example.com
Kids Come First are members of Resolution, a community of family justice professionals who work with families and individuals to resolve issues in a constructive way.
Kids Come First® offers bespoke, specialist support workshops & child-focused training suitable for all parents at every stage of separation or divorce.
Kids Come First ® Solo or Joint Parent workshops offer you expert strategies to help you and your children adapt to the changing ‘shape’ of your family as you navigate your way through the emotional and complex separation or divorce process. Our teaching program delivers positive guidance on how to create collaborative co-parenting partnerships beyond your separation.
Our professional trainers are experienced in child counselling, family therapy & family mediation. This enables us to deliver unique, person-centred, customised support to parents during the difficult time of family breakdown.
How do our workshops help?
Becoming a separated parent is a dramatic change in anyone’s life. It takes some time to adjust and adapt to the many changes and parenting challenges that arise. So it’s not uncommon for parents to find themselves struggling to maintain positive communication and an effective co-parenting relationship with an ex-partner. Sadly, all too often this can have a profoundly negative impact on children who seek parental reassurance.
We aim to help you reduce the conflict and avoid the pitfalls of the family court system wherever possible. We achieve this by providing the right intervention as early as possible – supporting you as a parent when you need it most! Because when you are coping well – your children are too!
How do I make an enquiry?
What options are available?
You can book your own solo session or co-parenting workshop to attend together if you both agree this is appropriate and suited to your situation.
Where & when are the workshops held?
Our workshops run in Clapham (SW4); Esher (KT10); Hampton (TW12); Hammersmith (W6); Richmond (TW9) and Wiltshire. ALSO via Zoom!
We offer daytime, evening & Saturday sessions to accommodate your schedule.
What are the workshop fees?
Our charges vary depending on location as follows:
Solo private workshops from £220 -£250 (2 hours).
Joint private workshops from £160 -£190 per parent per session (2 hours)
Group workshop fee (where applicable) is £150 per parent.
All fees are payable in advance to secure your booking.
If you are a parent in receipt of benefits or experiencing financial difficulty, we may be able to offer you a subsidised or reduced fee so please enquire.
What if I’m already in Family Court proceedings?
Every parent’s situation is unique. Booking a parenting program will help you focus on positive, solo parenting and enable you to demonstrate a deeper understanding of your children’s needs. You will be issued with our certificate on completion of the course so you can notify the Court of your attendance.
What if I live too far away to attend a workshop?
We also offer sessions via Zoom based around the Kids Come First workshop content and you can follow our training program online.
You might find our personal Separation S.O.S. mentoring sessions more suited to your situation. We offer 1 hour appointments via Zoom or telephone to discuss current issues arising from your separation and advise on dealing with specific parenting issues, managing the conflict and can help support you through any legal processes you are experiencing.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0778 9497275 in confidence.