Supporting Children After Separation Program (SCaSP)

The Supporting Children after Separation Program (SCaSP) is here to support children to make sense of their parents’ separation and to adapt to changes in the family.

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The Supporting Children after Separation Program (SCaSP) is here to support children to make sense of their parents’ separation and to adapt to changes in the family.

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Children and young people aged 6 – 17 years from a separated family.

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Children and young people aged 6 – 17 years from a separated family.

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  • Children can talk to a skilled practitioner about the changes in their family.
  • They can share their experiences with other children in similar situations.
  • Children can be assisted to develop resilience and coping strategies.
  • Children and young people can access information to assist them.
  • Their situation is normalised and they don’t feel so alone or different.
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  • Children can talk to a skilled practitioner about the changes in their family.
  • They can share their experiences with other children in similar situations.
  • Children can be assisted to develop resilience and coping strategies.
  • Children and young people can access information to assist them.
  • Their situation is normalised and they don’t feel so alone or different.
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