Triple P Parenting
A programme to support parents and caregivers by engaging, encouraging and empowering families to address common child and adolescent social, emotional and behavioural challenges. Triple P aims to enhance a parent’s knowledge, skills and confidence; to promote the development of non-violent, protective, and nurturing environments for children; to promote the development, growth, health and social competence of children and to enhance the competence, resourcefulness, and self-sufficiency of parenting in raising their children.
Triple P Discussion Groups
One on one support
Parent Connect drop in
Stepping Stones: For parents of children with disabilities.
TEEN DISCUSSION TOPICS:
Getting teenagers to co-operate
Coping with teenagers emotions
Building teenagers survival skills
Reducing family conflict
A programme that helps develop an understanding of anger and violence within a person’s own context. A values based programme, it looks at habits of thinking and speaking and the behavior that stems from there. Outcomes of active participation in the programme include improved self-esteem and confidence, healthier relationships and improved communication.
A hands on course that teaches tangible life skills that can be personalized to help people become more proactive in creating the kind of life that they desire. Topics covered include taking responsibility, making choices, goal setting and prioritizing. This course is designed to be facilitated either in one on one mentoring sessions or in a group setting, either at the Sowers Trust or within a community setting.
The self esteem programme is a hands on tool that teaches young people not only to recognise their own strengths and resources, but to challenge negative thinking and self talk. The self esteem programme looks at the root of what is causing low self esteem and confidence, and provides young people with effective tools in helping them to utilise their strengths and build resilience.
Sow n Grow:
Teaching basic fundamentals of boxing and fitness. Building a fun environment and at the same time learning valuable life lessons such as discipline, commitment, confidence and self-care. Striving to create a space free of ego and filled with empowerment through fitness and staying healthy. When you feel good, you look good and will do good!
The primary focus of the WAVES programme is to provide people with the opportunity to participate in a psycho-educational programme that offers an experience of healing and community by connecting them with other people who have been bereaved by suicide. The purpose of WAVES in this context is to help adults learn more about grief and suicide, find meaning in their experiences, learn to mange emotions, reduce stigmatisation and feelings of isolation and assist them to move forward.