Parents love their children and want what’s best for them however after separation, parenting often gets tougher. Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) is a post-separation parenting course that helps parents see through their children’s eyes the impact of parental separation.
The KKIM course runs across 5 sessions looking at:
Keeping Kids in Mind is facilitated across Australia by trained and experienced practitioners with small groups of separated parents.
"I was very hesitant in starting the course but very happy that I did. The course opened my eyes to so much" Keeping Kids in Mind participant.
Download the 2022 course calendar (Sydney and Illawarra regions)
You the map below to find a Keeping Kids in Mind course near you. If you can't find a course in your area, the course is also available online in NSW. Call 1800 55 46 46 or contact us for more information.
Keeping Kids in Mind was developed by a team of highly experienced practitioners working across the areas of Child Development, Post Separation Mediation and Relationship Counselling. It has been evaluated by The Family Action Centre at Newcastle University and Macquarie University. It is listed on the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse (Child Welfare).
Download and read the original evaluation.
These resources have been designed to support the delivery of the Keeping Kids in Mind program.
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Contact Keeping Kids in Mind, using the form below, to find out more about the program, order resources and make a booking. Alternatively, you can call us on 1800 55 46 46.
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