Reducing Parental Conflict Conference

Booking is now open for the free 
Reducing Parental Conflict Conference
Thursday 3rd October 2019, 09.30am-4.30pm
Pavilions of Harrogate, Railway Road, Harrogate, HG2 8NZ

 

  • For North Yorkshire County Council Staff (excluding schools) you can book on via: The Learning Zone.
  • Multi Agency Partners (including schools) can book via: North Yorkshire Education Services, here (You will need to register as a new user, search for Reducing Parental Conflict Conference and book on).

The conference is designed for strategic leaders, commissioners, managers and practitioners in local public and voluntary services for vulnerable children and adults across local government and NHS children’s services, public health, adult mental health, the police, schools and voluntary sector. Reducing the impact of parental conflict is everyone’s business.

This free, full day conference will bring together people and voices from across sectors for a day of learning and knowledge sharing. High-profile keynote speakers will reflect on important changes and growth within the national programme, why the quality of a parental relationship matters, the effects of conflict and trauma and there will be practical workshops to enable attendees to apply tools and evidence and to take steps towards local implementation. Alongside the keynote speakers there will be four workshops for delegates to participate choosing  two of the four workshops:

  1. CPVA (Child, Adult, Violence and Abuse)
  2. Exploring what works in practice
  3. Developing tools for the front line practitioner
  4. Understanding models of conflict
  • Conflict between parents can harm children’s outcomes.
  • Some families are more vulnerable to parental conflict.
  • Parental conflict reduces the effectiveness of family services
  • Local government leaders and commissioners have a key role in reducing the impact of parental conflict on children by integrating this within the wider system of family support for health and wellbeing, working with their partners in the NHS, schools, the police and the voluntary sector.
  • Supporting practitioners to identify relationship problems early and support families with the right interventions is essential in tackling parental conflict, strategies, tools and resources will be made available.
  • Conflict between parents can harm children’s outcomes.
  •  Some families are more vulnerable to parental conflict.
  • Parental conflict reduces the effectiveness of family services
  • Local government leaders and commissioners have a key role in reducing the impact of parental conflict on children by integrating this within the wider system of family support for health and wellbeing, working with their partners in the NHS, schools, the police and the voluntary sector. 
  • Supporting practitioners to identify relationship problems early and support families with the right interventions is essential in tackling parental conflict, strategies, tools and resources will be made available.

Lunch is also provided as part of the event.

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