Why Facilitator Training?
We’ve received many requests for face-to-face contact in small support groups to ease the pain and burden of estrangement.
The focus of this training is the "Art of Facilitation" with the content being the arena of Estranged Parents / Grandparents and the variety of issues. The training program and manual will permit you to facilitate small groups, support groups, and meet-ups for estranged parents and grandparents for the purpose of learning / sharing / healing, and ongoing support.
Please note: While you don’t need to be a licensed practitioner in order to do a support group or discussion group, you DO need to be licensed in order to call it therapy. You must make it clear to participants, unless you’re a licensed practitioner, that you are providing support not therapy.
In order to become familiar with the complexity and variety of situations related to estrangement the following are recommended:
-Reading Dr. Coleman’s book “When Parents Hurt” and his upcoming book “Rules of Estrangement.”
-Attending a minimum of two webinars and two Q & A sessions
-Being a part of Dr. Coleman’s private Facebook group so you can be in touch with current issues and comments.
As a Facilitator, you can choose a focus of your specific interest.
Training includes: Training manual plus five one-hour training sessions by Zoom with Barbra Drizin.
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Barbra Drizin, Facilitator Trainer
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What is the fee? Attendance requirements?
What will Facilitators learn?
What are the types of specific interest groups requested?
What does the training include?
Training includes: Training Manual plus five one-hour training sessions by Zoom.
About Barbra Drizin
Barbra has been working closely with Dr. Coleman since November 2019.