Many children experience emotions of confusion, grief and sadness when their parents separate or divorce. Supporting Children After Separation is designed to make children feel less alone while encouraging them to speak about their feelings during challenging changes.
In a safe, loving and warm environment, we offer children one-on-one counselling with tertiary-qualified counsellors. Using activities like art and sand therapy, kids are encouraged to open up about their fears and concerns – their voice is extremely important in the separation process.
How does Supporting Children After Separation help?
Through therapy, we strive to give kids tools to navigate changes in their family dynamic in a healthy way.
We can help them with:
- Social disconnection.
- Changes in behavior.
- Withdrawing from school.
We have the capacity to visit the child at school, while ensuring confidentiality is a priority.
Who does Supporting Children After Separation help?
We support children, aged between five and 18, who are struggling to cope with their parents’ separation.