Relationship, Parenting and Lifeskills Workshops
by Relate Birmingham
About our activities / service
Old Municipal Buildings
- 0121 643 1638
|Accessibility details||Fully accessible.|
|Opening hours||Monday – Thursday: 9:15am – 9:00pm
Friday: 9:15am – 4:15pm
Saturday: 9:15am – 1:15pm
Relate Education and Training offers opportunities for people to learn about sustaining healthy relationships at all stages and in all areas of their life. Our work takes place in small groups and maintains a balance between the learning of skills and the well being of the individual on the course. We run courses both for members of the public seeking personal development as well as for professionals and corporate clients. Titles include: Taking Charge of Your Life – A confidence and assertiveness workshop Moving Forward – After divorce and break-up Riding The Storm – Living successfully with teenagers (and taking care of ourselves!) Parents Apart – Supporting children after separation From Partners to Parents – Understanding the impact of a baby
|Staff qualifications||Counsellors are Relate qualified practitioners with additional specialist training, Relate adheres to BACP, AFT and COSRT ethical frameworks.|
18 year olds, 19-25 year olds, 26-65 year olds, 65+ year olds
About the organisation
We are a local independent charity working to help couples, individuals, parents and families build better relationships and cope with a range of pressures that can lead to relationship and family breakdown. We cover Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell (where we have an office in Freeth Street, Oldbury). We provide confidential counselling services for adults, couples and young people. We also offer specialist sex therapy services, lifeskills courses and education and training. Telephone counselling is also available
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