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.
We provide individual counselling, children’s groups and education skills programs for children and young people.
SCaSP offers children individual counselling to assist them to make sense of the changes and to equip them with strategies to deal with their particular situation.
SCaSP offers groups for children and young people. It is often useful for children to know they are not the only ones. Through sharing their experiences and feelings children and young people develop strategies to assist them to cope better.
SCaSP provides educational and resources packs to support your child in regard to separation, the impact of changes in the family and ways to deal with these changes.
SCaSP offers educational presentations and events that can assist everyone to better understand and deal with family separation.
Children and young people aged 6 – 17 years from a separated family.
- 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.