Events

Kids Turn Workshops

Date/Time

Oct 13, 2018 to Dec 1, 2018
10:00 AM until 11:30 AM

This event occurs weekly, on Saturday.

Description

Kids’ Turn is a unique child-focused program in the field of divorce education. Our 6-week Child-Parent workshops (1.5 hrs per week) help children aged 5-17 understand and express the difficult emotions associated with parental separation while teaching parents co-parenting skills. At least one parent must attend with children. Parents meet simultaneously in separate groups to learn co-parenting skills, how to reduce family conflict, and prevent childhood difficulties. Two parent groups are conducted to allow parents to learn separately.

 

We also have 6 week Early Years workshops (1.5 hrs per week) for parents of children under five (children do not attend), where parents learn co-parenting skills relevant to the developmental needs of children under five. 

This is a Family Court recognized co-parenting program.   Details:   - Parents pay tuition on a sliding fee basis. Children are not charged and do not need to register separately.   - Each parent MUST register individually.   - Parents may attend without children, however children may not attend without a parent. If children choose to participate, they must attend all sessions.   - Parents MUST attend ALL 6 sessions in order to receive a graduation certificate for court orders.   - Parents will receive six months access to online curriculum upon completion of the workshop.   The dates provided are for our next San Francisco Early Years Workshop; for all upcoming Workshops visit our Eventbrite Page .    To read more about the different workshops we offer, you can go to the Kids Turn page on Safeandsound.org .

Cost

Cost is measured on a sliding scale based off of current income.

Location

View map Safe & Sounds
1757 Waller Street
San Francisco, CA

Additional Information

Phone

415-668-0494

Contact name

Christine Juang

Contact email

Kidsturn@Safeandsound.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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