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Think Family Training

Course Title:
Think Family Training
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The Think Family Model (Falkov 1998) is a useful conceptual framework that can help staff to consider the parent, the child and the family as a whole when assessing the needs of and planning care packages for families with a parent suffering from a mental health problem. The model illustrates how the mental health and wellbeing of the children and adults in a family where a parent is mentally ill are intimately linked.

Free for all multi-agency practitioners from Kingston & Richmond. Please note that there will be a charge of £120 will be applied when there is non- attendance when a place has been booked  

  Scheduled Dates For Course:
Course DateEnd Date of RegistrationTimeVenue
13/05/2020 06/05/2020 09:30-16:30 Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, Twickenham, TW1 1BY
09/06/2020 02/06/2020 09:30-16:30 Kingston United Reformed Church, Richard Mayo Centre, Eden Street, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 1HZ
14/10/2020 07/10/2020 9:30-16:30 Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, Twickenham, TW1 1BY
Course Duration:
1 Day
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  Aimed At:

Adults mental health practitioners and childrens services practitioners


This one day training course for adults and children’s services workers will provide an opportunity to explore how to develop more joined up understanding between children’s practitioners and adults mental health practitioners when working with families when the parent is suffering from a mental illness.

  Learning Outcomes:
  • To have provided an overview of theory, research and learnings from serious case reviews related to Think Family practice
  • To have developed an understanding of a think family approach to parental mental health and children’s well-being
  • To have considered the prevalence of adult mental health conditions amongst parents and their impact on parenting
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