The Confident Kids
Program is a group program for primary school aged children (6 to 14
years of age). The Program is targeted at children exhibiting the following
types of problem behaviours: those who engage in impulsive, aggressive,
or bullying behaviour, those who are withdrawn, anxious or depressed,
and/or those who have problematic peer relationships. Confident Kids
focuses on developing childrens social skills and reducing their
problematic behaviour (especially if antisocial).
Improve your skills
Learn to deal more
effectively with children who:
- dealing with
children with behaviour problems
- managing group
- group process
- supporting parents
- are involved
with bullying (both bullies and victims)
- disrupt the class
- have trouble
managing their emotions (both anger and anxiety)
- find it hard
to make and keep friends
- need some help
with their social skills
We are pleased to
offer your school or agency the opportunity to train staff to run two
new programs emanating from the award winning Exploring Together Program.
based group program for
children with challenging behaviour.
Confident Kids is
a program to promote confidence and resilience in primary school children
by teaching anger and anxiety management, and social skills in a small
Confident Kids is a 10-week group program (1.5 hrs per week) for 6
10 children. Teachers find the group process skills they learn generalise
well to the classroom setting. The program is conducted using 2
leaders. For further information see Confident
Kids, information for professionals.
Program for parents to strengthen their family relationships and
promote well-being in their children.
In Together Parenting,
a group of 8 12 parents meet for 2 hours every week for 10 weeks.
The program is suitable for all parents who want to enhance their relationship
with their child(ren) and learn more effective parenting strategies
for managing behaviour. The program can be conducted with 1 or 2 leaders
depending on the numbers of parents in the group. For further information
see Together Parenting, information for professionals.