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Free for group sessions*

1 x 3 hour session

*Individual sessions may incur a fee

Free for group sessions*
*Individual sessions may incur a fee

Aboriginal Building Connections helps parents, grandparents, carers and extended family members to support the children of the family during their parents separation.

It is a course that combines information and guidance around the impact of separation on children, teaching the skills needed to build workable agreements so your children feel safe and supported by everyone.

You will be guided on how to separate relationship issues from parenting decisions learning how to better navigate differing opinions and disagreements so you can make the best decisions to support your family.

This course is designed with over 97 years’ experience in supporting family relationships to thrive and will help you on your journey of giving your family the best future post separation.


Who is This For?

This course has been specifically designed for First Nations families impacted by separation. If you identify as First Nations or are a parent or carer to a child who identifies then this course will assist you in supporting your family after separation.



On completion of Aboriginal Building Connections you will:

  • Have greater insight into the skills needed to co-parent effectively
  • Be empowered to navigate disagreements with the other parent, voicing your needs respectfully
  • Have learnt skills to help manage difficult emotions and how to support your child or children to do the same
  • Know how to build positive habits for your wellbeing so you can cope better during and after separation
  • Learn how to build healthy relationships with your child post-separation
  • Feel supported and connected through this life transition


Learning Outcomes

During the course you will learn:

  • How family separation and unresolved conflict affects children
  • The importance of culture and kinship for your family
  • How to be supportive of your child’s relationship with the other parent
  • How to identify healthy and unhealthy parenting behaviors' and respond positively
  • Next steps for life after separation
  • Other support services available to help you after separation