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  • St Leonards – Marlborough House Drop In

    St Leonards – Marlborough House Drop In

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free drop held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Next available dates: Wednesday 12th February & Wednesday 11th March 2020

    Location: Hastings

    Time: 12:00 - 14:00

  • St Leonards – South Saxon House Drop In

    St Leonards – South Saxon House Drop In

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free drop in held on the first Thursday of each month at South Saxon Surgery Dates available: Thursday 6th February & Thursday 5th March 2020

    Location: Hastings

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00

  • Battle – Drop ins

    Battle – Drop ins

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free drop in held on the following dates: Friday 17th January & Friday 14th February

    Location: Rother

    Time: 09:00 - 11:00

  • Ticehurst – Drop in’s

    Ticehurst – Drop in’s

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free drop in held on the following dates: Tuesday 21st January & Tuesday 25th February

    Location: Rother

    Time: 13:00 - 15:00

  • Rye Community Primary School – Drop in

    Rye Community Primary School – Drop in

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free drop in held on Thursdays during school term times.

    Location: Rother

    Time: 2:30 - 4:00

  • The Ridge – CAMH’s Drop In

    The Ridge – CAMH’s Drop In

    Speak to a trained Parenting Practitioner about any issues or questions you have relating to parenting your child or teenager. Pop into our free monthly drop in being held on Thursday 30th January 2020/ Thursday 27th February 2020/ Thursday 26th March 2020.

    Location: Hastings

    Date: Thursday 26 September - Thursday 26 March

    Time: 10:00 - 12:00

  • Eastbourne – Family Transitions

    Eastbourne – Family Transitions

    Family Transitions Triple P is a 5 week Positive Parenting Programme for parents who have or are going through separation and divorce. Meet with other parents going through similar problems and gain strategies to cope with difficulties with your former partner. If you are concerned that the break-up is upsetting your children, learn strategies to cope with everyone’s emotions and start to build a new family identity.

    Location: Eastbourne

    Date: Tuesday 14 January - Tuesday 11 February

    Time: 10:00 - 12:00

  • Hastings – Family Transitions

    Hastings – Family Transitions

    Family Transitions Triple P is a 5 week Positive Parenting Programme for parents who have or are going through separation and divorce. Meet with other parents going through similar problems and gain strategies to cope with difficulties with your former partner. If you are concerned that the break-up is upsetting your children, learn strategies to cope with everyone’s emotions and start to build a new family identity.

    Location: Hastings

    Date: Tuesday 28 January - Tuesday 25 February

    Time: 10:00 - 12:00

  • This has been a very helpful course-thank you. After a year of post-natal depression, I now feel a lot more confident and happier as a parent. This course is beneficial in numerous ways.

    - Emma, Mum

  • Following on from the strategy you have given me my daughter's behaviour is so much better and tantrums easier to manage. I'm over the moon with your service and just thought I would let you know.

    - Tom, Single dad

  • I thought I had been implementing strategies but I realised I wasn’t doing them effectively or consistently and triple p has highlighted that to me- now I always go over to my child, get down on her level and speak rather than calling or shouting.

    - Fay, Carer

  • Was really great. So much more to it then I realised, I really thought it was going to be stuff I already knew but it was way more than that.

    - Julie, Grandma