Discover the path from rivalry to companionship as we delve into the world of sibling and peer dynamics in this Win Win Parenting Work-Family Support Program.
Do your children compete or fight with each other, with their cousins, peers or friends? Does it break your heart or even make you mad? With the right support, sibling and peer rivalry provides your children with the opportunity to learn peaceful conflict resolution skills and to build loving relationships with family members and peers. In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies to reduce sibling rivalry in your home and how to provide your children with life skills.
Join Dr Rosina McAlpine, parenting expert and creator of the Win Win Parenting Program, as she explores:
- Why sibling and peer relationships are important
- Research on siblings and peers
- Planning ahead for a new baby sibling to ease the transition
- Major changes when the baby arrives
- Combative and competitive relationships between siblings and peers
- Practical strategies for overcoming sibling and peer rivalry
- Question and answer session.
This webinar is designed for parents of children aged toddler to teenager. By attending this session, parents and carers will have a better understanding of sibling rivalry and peer conflict and ways to support their children to collaborate, rather than compete, and to manage conflict more peacefully.
Relationships: Overcoming sibling rivalry and peer conflict will be held on Thursday 17 August 2023 from 1pm to -2pm.
Once you have registered, you will automatically be enrolled and advised of all upcoming webinars in the series. You'll also be able to access the Resource Centre for video replays and other useful resources.