Support for divorce intervention – item 37


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****Now updated to include ‘Separation modifications’

This intervention is to help support a child who has experienced their parents divorcing. It is intended for children who are struggling and need some one to one support. It is so important to create a link with the parent and to get permission to work with their child. The intervention consists of 6 lessons of approximately 30-40 minutes on a weekly basis. All the resources needed are included with the intervention. All you need do is print and deliver.

The learning objectives are as follows:

  • I can tell you what divorce means to me and how it makes me feel.
  • I can tell you what I was doing when I first found out.
  • I can tell you how things have changed.
  • I can tell you about my worries.
  • I can tell you about things that make me feel better.
  • I can feel proud of my memory book.


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