Struggling with Separation? Dealing with Divorce?

 
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Kids Come First is a workshop for Separated Parents.

We offer professional, affordable, child-focused support & guidance that helps you work towards more collaborative & positive co-parenting.

 


What’s it all about?

Kids Come First is a community interest company delivering specialist teaching & support workshops for separated parents within a caring, confidential forum.
We deliver professional, affordable training and guidance for parents experiencing family breakdown that focuses on the needs of their children during this difficult time.
Our person-centred support workshops are presented by qualified adult trainers experienced in family therapy & child counselling.

How do we help?

Becoming a separated parent is a dramatic change that takes some time to adapt and adjust to as you deal with the emotional impact and fallout of your family breakdown.
Many parents struggle to maintain effective communication with their ex-partner and have great difficulty building a positive co-parenting relationship. This challenging situation has a negative impact on you and your children.
By providing you with the right support & guidance at the time you need it most, we will help you cope better – so your children can too!

How do I join a group or make an enquiry? 

Email us at kidscomefirstuk@mail.com or call Nicola on 0778 9497275 for a confidential chat.

Where & when do we meet?

Workshops run in Hampton Hill (TW12) an ideal location for parents living in Richmond; Kingston; Hounslow; Ealing; Elmbridge or Hillingdon boroughs.
Group sessions are held on Tuesday evenings (6-8pm) to accommodate the needs of working parents.
The 4-hour workshop is completed over 2 x 2hr sessions, usually running one or two weeks apart.

How much does a workshop cost?

The workshop fee is £125 (total for 2 sessions), payable on booking.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties, please get in touch as we may be able to offer a free place on a workshop (subject to donations/funding).

What if I am involved in Family Court proceedings?

We aim to help parents keep matters out of the family courts where possible, whilst appreciating that everyone’s situation is totally unique. If you are currently involved in the court process our workshop will be equally relevant and valuable in helping you understand the needs of your children at this time.

What if I need help but can’t join a group session?

Talk to us about how you can join our Separation S.O.S. step-by-step support & mentoring program that offers individual sessions to suit your schedule. Download an information Flyer here: Separation S.O.S. 

 

Parent comments…
“Great course, great value, great presenters. Thank you!” – Lisa R. (Nov 2015)
“The two great presenters made a great team – easy to listen and talk to. Would love to do it again in a few years.” – Andy G. (Oct 2015)
“The course helped me refocus and is a great touchstone in an emotionally loaded and complicated situation” – Charlotte T. (April 2016)

 

PRESS & MEDIA 

A massive THANK YOU to all the local publications who support us with free editorials that create awareness and highlight our work in the community!

Read our recent article in Families upon Thames Oct 2016

Read our recent article in Omni Mag Dec 2016

 

Do you know someone who is experiencing divorce/separation? Why not download our leaflet and pass it on! 

 

Working in association with:

amicable is an ground-breaking approach to divorce and separation for couples. A stress-free service that focuses on the family and saves you thousands of pounds.

              

                                           

 

 

 

Moving Families Forward
 

Download a leaflet here Family Law Panel Jan 2017