Resources for Professionals
Hampshire County Council have invested in licenses to provide the OnePlusOne courses to Hampshire residents.
OnePlusOne digital resources / courses for parents and Carers
OnePlusOne Parent courses: Parent guide for England (oneplusone.org.uk)
OnePlusOne Practitioner Guide : Includes Faciliatator notes, evidence base and promotional materials. Introduction (oneplusone.org.uk)
The Early Intervention Foundation RPC hub is for local leaders, commissioners, practitioners and researchers who are looking to reduce the impact of parental conflict on children. It provides a central repository of key ‘what works’ evidence and tools, including why parental conflict matters for children’s outcomes, and guidance on how to take action. The hub will continue to grow as new evidence and tools are created.
See it differently When we argue with our co-parent / partner, we can get caught up in the heat of the moment. At times like these, it’s difficult to find a way forward. These videos and information can help to see things differently, and do things differently.
What About Me? Powerful film from Family Solutions Group sharing quotes from children and young people about their experience of parental conflict. Please note some may find this video emotionally distressing
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse | The Gottman Institute – YouTube The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse – Communication behaviours that damage relationships, with suggested antidotes to help.
Throughout the Strengthening Parental Relationships toolkit we aim to give clear messaging that parental conflict is very different from domestic abuse. Nicole Jacobs, Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales expresses the importance of being able to distinguish between Domestic abuse and parental conflict.
“Experts on domestic abuse recognise that it is evidently distinct from parental conflict. One is about two parents feeling able to express their feelings and wishes (albeit not always in a constructive or positive way), but the other is about one partner exerting power and control over another – even where a victim may attempt to resist that control.”
“I would also caution against an understanding of parental conflict as something that could escalate into domestic abuse. To understand abuse in this context risks victim blaming – that somehow the conflict became ‘too much’ and one parent lashes out at another.”
You can read the letter in full here: