Listening to Children In Difficult Circumstances

About this course

Listening to Children in Difficult Circumstances is a specialized course that offers invaluable guidance to caregivers dealing with children who must cope with challenging situations such as their parents being ill, hospitalized, or deceased. This course equips caregivers with the essential tools to provide effective support to children in these emotionally demanding circumstances. Participants gain insights and strategies to help children navigate complex emotions, fostering a safe and nurturing environment that acknowledges their feelings while providing reassurance. This course comprises five sessions, each lasting 2½ hours, ensuring a comprehensive and compassionate learning experience.

Lesson Breakdown

  • Empathetic Listening Skills
  • Understanding Child Psychology
  • Guidelines for Caregivers
  • Structured Learning

Who is this course for?

‘Listening to Children in Difficult Circumstances’ is designed for caregivers who work closely with children facing difficult and emotional situations, including those with ill, hospitalized, or deceased parents. If you are a professional caregiver, a family member, a teacher, or someone who interacts with children in distressing situations, this course empowers you to provide the necessary support and understanding. By participating in this course, you’ll gain the skills and insights needed to listen to children’s concerns and emotions, fostering a compassionate and reassuring environment.

Course Features


12.5 hours



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