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Parental self-care and personal development

Core Component

Ensuring that parents/carers have their mental health, physical and personal needs met is very important. Parents may be unable to meet the needs of their children if they are struggling with their own issues.

Flexible activities include:

Activities to support parental self-care range from counselling to addressing parental risk factors. These activities have been delivered in a number of ways including individualised support to group sessions. 

Last updated:

21 Feb 2022

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