Would you like to train to run Tuning in to Teens Parenting Groups?
Tuning in to Teens is a 2-day professional development workshop that gives trainees a grounding in the concepts of Emotional Intelligence and Emotion Coaching as well as useful information about teenage brain development. The workshop blends lecture-style and experiential learning modules. This workshop is suitable for all experienced and qualified workers in the caring sector whose client base includes adolescents and pre-adolescents (approximately 10 years and up) and their parents. Participants who complete the workshop receive a certificate that authorises them to deliver the Tuning in to Teens 6-week parenting program to parents and carers
Tuning in to Teens residential training will be run by Associate Professor Sophie Havighurst who is one of the founder members of the Melbourne Team and currently on a year placement working in Norway. The 2 day training will run on 21st and 22nd August between 8.30 am and 5pm in Sherborne Girls School. We will gather for coffee in Kenelm boarding house and then move to The Lecture Theatre for the training.
There is the option to join our network gathering of trained facilitators on 23rd August.
Overnight accommodation with single rooms and shared bathrooms will be in Sherborne Girls boarding house on 20th and 21st. An evening meal and breakfast will be included. Sherborne Girls School is in Sherborne, Dorset. For international travellers Southampton Airport has the easiest links by train- Exeter and Bristol are alternatives. Sherborne Train Station is on the main Waterloo (London) to Exeter line.
Please use this form (complete and press submit) to register for Tuning in to Teens training with us in 2018.
Link to training to run parenting groups with parents of younger children Kids
Find out more by watching this video:
Sophie Havighurst talking about her work with Melbourne University- Sophie and Ann co wrote the Tuning in to Kids Programme and subsequently developed the Tuning in to Teens Programme with Christiane Kehoe.