De-stressing talking about parenting with your ex
Time & Location
About the Event
Live Q&A session with John Hind and Una Archer
We warmly invite you to a conversation about ‘distressing talking’ with your ex about parenting.
At the beginning of our meeting, we will briefly cover what we have spoken about in our video series three simple ways to de-stress discussing parenting with your ex:
- Looking after yourself when you are ‘triggered’
- Why it is essential to ‘slow down’ and how you can do it
- Signs that it is time to take a break from that particular conversation
We will leave plenty of time for your questions which you can ask live during our meeting or email them to Una beforehand at email@example.com
Date: March 25, 2021
Time: 12-1 pm UK time
Bookings: use the form below to book your place. You will receive a Zoom link in the confirmation email as soon as you have booked your place.
Please note we will not record this meeting, participants will need to attend live.
If you have any questions email Una at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you on the 25th.
John Hind is a family and workplace mediator. He specialises in helping his clients improve their communication through mediation and conflict management coaching, focusing on helping and supporting them to create value-based outcome solutions where these relate to meeting unmet emotional, psychological or practical needs. He is a nationally recognised Accredited mediator, NLP based conflict management coach, National Trainer and Director of Compass Resolution Ltd.
Una Archer is a founder of Parenting after Separation and a registered Circle of Security Parenting facilitator. She helps parents to minimise the impact of separation on their children and to resolve emotional or behaviour issues that may have cropped up. Her experience of creating a new life after separation and assisting many other parents to do the same helped her to develop a distinctive relationship-based approach to parenting after separation. It is an easy-to-follow process that helps parents make the most of what comes easily and naturally for them, confidently support their children in difficult situations and make effective parenting decisions.