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Due to COVID-19 we are now offering many of our groups online so please register your interest to attend now! More than ever preventative groups for couples, expectant couples and separated parents is vital. Take advantage of our free online options to ensure you are well supported to positively manage greater blocks of time together or apart over the coming months. This is a valuable investment in yourself, your relationship and family now and for life, and all done in the comfort of your own home!

Building Better Relationships

This group is for couples currently in a relationship, supporting them to strengthen their relationship, explore how to manage conflicts more compassionately, deepen friendship and intimacy and share life purpose and dreams.

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Relaxing into Parenting and Baby Makes Three

Relaxing into Parenting and Baby Makes Three is now being offered as a facilitated group ONLINE for couples expecting their first baby. This group assists to increase your confidence as you transition into parenting. Learn how to better manage stress, strengthen your relationships and know where to seek personal and professional support in the community.

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Co-parenting After Separation

This group is for separating and separated parents to look at strategies to co-parent during and after separation, explore issues such as parenting from a distance, conflict with a former partner and the children's reactions to separation.

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Men's Behaviour Change Group

Relationships Australia is running a men’s behaviour change program called Taking Responsibility for Respectful Relationships in Wagga Wagga.

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Non-violent resistance (NVR)

Overcome your child’s violent, dangerous and destructive behaviour with non-violent resistance is a new approach, developed by clinical psychologists specifically to target violent, destructive and controlling behaviour in children, adolescents and young adults. Resistance against the violence is developed step by step, building on what parents experience in the process, the support they are able to receive, and their growing confidence

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