Parenting Group Facilitators’ Manual

Parenting Group Facilitators’ Manual To run 10-week group for parents

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Parenting Group Facilitators’ Manual. To run the ‘Understanding your child’s behaviour’ group for all parents, mothers and fathers, of children aged 6 months to 19 years. 10 sessions of 2 hours each. Focusses on relationships. Behaviour management is thought of within the context of the relationship. Photocopiable handouts for parents. No literacy required in the group. Has been run successfully in different cultures, in the UK, Pakistan and Africa. Parents and facilitators enjoy the group. Quantitative and qualitative research published with more on the way.
There are free Addendums available to adapt the group for parents of children with disabilities, parents of children with ASD and for adoptive parents. Contact the Solihull Approach office on 0121 296 4448 or via Contact us. You will need to prove that you are trained to deliver the Parenting group and have a Facilitator’s Manual.
Session 1: Introduction to the Solihull Approach Parenting Group
Session 2: How are you and your child feeling?
Session 3: Tuning into your child’s developmental needs
Session 4: Responding to your child’s feelings
Session 5: Different styles of parenting
Session 6: Parent-child partnership – having fun together
Session 7: The rhythm of interaction and sleep
Session 8: Self-regulation and anger
Session 9: Communication and attunement – how to recover when things go wrong
Session 10: Celebration!
We estimate that if you have 2 facilitators, paid £20 an hour each, with 7 hours preparation time, 3 hours supervision time, 40 hours group time, 1/2 hour set up time for each group and 1/2 hour debrief time for each group then £1500 would be your facilitator cost, with perhaps £10 for photocopying information for all the parents.
The Solihull Approach parenting group supports the recommended guidelines of the NICE guidelines for  CG158: Antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people: recognition and management. The group has a relationship based approach, aiming to develop a framework for thinking as a lifelong skill about parent/child relationships, promoting communication, exploring feelings and effective behaviour management.