Parenting Our Teens
Therapeutic support for parents of adopted teenagers
What is Parenting our Teens?
Parenting our Teens is a unique four-day training programme for parents of adopted teenagers run by PAC-UK working with Adoption UK.
Parenting our Teens is peer-led and will help parents and carers of teenagers gain an understanding of their teenagers needs, learn strategies to help their teenager and themselves, and get some valuable peer support. It is research-based and was developed in response to requests from adoption support teams who have identified a need for a teen-focus programme for their local adoptive parents.
Parenting our Teens is broadly based on our well-known Parenting our Children programme and includes new elements that specifically address the issues faced by parents with teens who have experienced trauma in their early life.
For a more detailed breakdown of how the programme works, who it is for and what will be achieved from it dowload the following information flyer:
Based on our renowned Parenting our Children programme
(Can be funded by the Adoption Support Fund in England. Other Nations please contact our country offices for further details www.adoptionuk.org/about-us/nations)
Please contact the Training Team (01926 852877 or 07887 873145) if you would like to know more about how this workshop could be tailored to fit the needs of your approved adopters, or to register your interest in any open workshops we may be running near you.
- Children Who Struggle at School
- Teaching Staff Training (including inset): Life in the Classroom
- Telling About Adoption
- Foetal Alcohol and Drug- Affected Children
- Sensory Integration
- Domestic Abuse and the Adopted Child
- Above and Beyond - Child to parent Violence
- Complexities of Contact