Parent Education Program

Offered in partnership with the Ministry of Justice - Family Justice Services.

Parenting after Separation and Divorce Information Sessions

6 hour public information session to help people who are experiencing family breakdown or who are either considering or involved in the separation/divorce process. 

The Parenting after Separation and Divorce program aims to:

  • provide for the best interest of the child or children in family disputes;
  • assist in increasing people's understanding of the issues by providing information about the available options for resolution, legal issues, child support, custody and parenting;
  • provide information that assists in promoting consensual conflict resolution methods that lead to long-lasting resolution of issues; and
  • reduce the number of family matters that return to the court for adjudication or variation.

Session Outline:

  • Stages of Separation/Divorce
  • Options for Resolving Disputes
  • Children’s Reactions to Divorce/Separation
  • Children’s Developmental Stages
  • How to Make Family Changes Easier on the Children
  • Pre and Post Separation Relationships
  • New Relationships

The information session is offered one Saturday a month by social workers, mediators or trained educators. 
The session is free-of-charge, however, you must pre-register to attend. 

To Pre-register:

Contact the Parent Education Program:
Parent Education Unit
7th Floor - 224-4th Ave. S.
Phone: 306-964-4401
Toll-free: 1-877-964-5501

Pre-registration is required. 
The date and location of the next session will be divulged upon registration. 
Classes are for adults only - no childcare is provided. 

For More Information: 

Parent Education Unit 
Family Justice Services











Parent education program

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