Sue Atkins will publish two new conversation card decks to help children and families talk about Divorce.
Sue Atkins, an internationally recognised Parenting Expert, Broadcaster, Speaker & Author, will write a series of Fink Cards that can be used by parents, childminders, teachers and counsellors to keep the lines of communication open and help children to explore and express their feelings openly when their parents are going through a divorce.
I am delighted to be working with Sue to bring her unique insights into helping children and families cope with Divorce!
Sue says “For children, divorce can be a stressful, sad and confusing time. At any age, children may feel uncertain or angry at the prospect of Mum and Dad splitting up but by using Fink Cards and keeping the lines of communication open children will be able to explore and express their feelings openly, which will help them adjust, become more resilient & feel much happier.”
There are two new packs planned, Talking to Children About Divorce, will feature 48 questions to help start conversations about the changes that families face when going through a divorce, and Questions I Would Like To Ask About Divorce, will contain 20 key questions that will enable children to address their most compelling concerns. The cards will be published in March 2015.
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