Currently, as at 1st April, all the Incredible Years Parenting Programmes are postponed. This will be reviewed regularly as the Covid-19 lock down continues.
As soon as it is feasible, we will be offering more courses. In the meantime we will be sending out a newsletter with helpful information to all parents who have attended an Incredible Years Programme and also to those who have registered with us.
For all of you wanting to find out more about programmes complete the registration
This will also enable you to receive our newsletter as well.
In the meantime, stay safe and be kind to each other and don’t forget to wash your hands!
Incredible Years Basic course
- The Incredible Years basic parenting programme is for parents and caregivers of children 3–8 years
- It is designed to develop positive family relationships and empower parents to make changes and to manage difficult behaviour.
Incredible Years A course
- These courses are to help children who have behaviours on the Autism Spectrum and have language delay or social difficulties.
- They are funded by the Ministry of Education for children 2-5 years.
- Your child does not need to have a formal diagnosis
- Incredible Years Autism Parent Brochure
For more information contact
0274 182 671
Incredible Families with Watch, Wait and Wonder DownUnder are running a 3-day Introductory Training
2-4th March 2020 in Wellington.
Watch, Wait and Wonder (WWW) is a child-led dyadic psychotherapeutic intervention that specifically and directly uses the spontaneous activity of the child in a play setting to enhance parental sensitivity and responsiveness; the child’s sense of self, self-efficacy, and emotional regulation; and the child’s attachment relationship with their parent. The intervention provides space for the child and parent (caregiver) to work through developmental and relational struggles through play. The parent is engaged in thinking about the play and their child’s inner world of feelings, thoughts and desires. A parent comes to recognise the separate self of the infant and gain understanding of their own emotional responses to their child. The child having a central role in the work differentiates this intervention from many that focus primarily on the more verbal partner. Research indicates that WWW is applicable to a range of infants and young children with relational, behavioural, regulatory and developmental problems. (M Lojkasek, E Muir and N Cohen)
The intervention was developed in New Zealand and researched in Canada.
Check out www.watchwaitwonderdownunder.com for more information
A registration form can be downloaded here:2020 March Brochure WWW Intervention Intro Training
If you are interested and would like to know more: email@example.com