Kids’ Turn Online Workshop

A 4-lesson parent education workshop from the comfort of your own home.


Overview

4 lessons
Open to families with children ages 0-17

The format is informative, thoughtful, empowering offering relief and peace of mind to parents struggling with family conflict in their separation.  Many of the skills can be taught to youngsters once parents learn them.The material is based on the programs offered in workshops in The San Francisco Bay Area. Each lesson takes 30-40 minutes to complete (120 minutes for the entire program).  Lessons 2 and 4 have specialized information for parents of children under the age of five.

This curriculum is designed to:

  • help families ease through separation with reduced conflict
  • help parents co-parent successfully
  • help families during other, stressful life difficulties.

Fee

The cost is $99 for access to the content for six months.
We have a no refund policy. Please make sure you are fully committed to the program before you pay the fee.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • If a Kids’ Turn workshop has been ordered or recommended by a judge or a mediator, make sure that online program is an authorized alternative to an in-person workshop.
  • Parents who attend Bay Area workshops will receive free access to the online program upon completion of a four-week workshop.
  • Parents must complete all four lessons to receive a graduation certificate. At the end of Lesson 4, you will be able to print the certificate.

Get Started

Follow these three easy steps to begin.

Step 1:  Payment
For Kids’ Turn Online Program purchase and registration, please email kidsturn@safeandsound.org.

Step 2:  Program link & access code
You will receive the program link and a personalized user access code within one business day of payment. Your user code will grant you access for six months from first use.

Step 3:  Begin
Click on the link provided in the email, and follow the step-by-step directions to register and begin.

Hint: The program works best on desktop or laptop computers using Internet Explorer (rather than hand-held devices).