Parent Feedback Session: Sue and Tom (Kyle and Lilly’s Parents)
In this video you will see the Child Consultant give feedback to Lilly and Kyle’s parents with the Mediator present. The process is laid out by the Mediator and the Child Consultant engages with the parents. The Mediator records the material using the Child and Youth Concerns Scale headings. The parents are provided a visual/written representation of the feedback on large sheets posted on the wall. The parents engage with some of the materials used by the children.
Individual Parent Session: Sue (Lilly and Kyle’s mother)
Sue meets with the practitioner to provide information about Kyle and Lilly. In this video, you will see the practitioner interview Sue using the Child and Youth Intake Form, Temperament Scale, and what to expect from the process and the confidentiality. The video is divided into parts. There is a brief overlap to begin each section.
Kyle is a 9-year old boy who is the older brother of Lilly. In this video series you will see Kyle engage in 4 different projective activities. The practitioner introduces each activity to Kyle and then explores and expands areas of importance to Kyle. The words of the child are recorded verbatim. During the first video, an explanation of the meeting process will be addressed.
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The MWC course was developed for ADR practitioners interested in child inclusive practice. Meeting with Children – A Child-Centred Approach focuses on learning the process and procedures for child meetings. The course introduces play-based and expressive approaches to meeting with children. Participants learn about 6 different child and youth focused activities (four of which practitioners choose when meeting with a child over 2 one-hour meetings). As part of this course, practitioners study video examples of a 7, 9 and 14- year- old and later make use of the play-based materials to practice exercises as outlined in the MWC manual. The Child and Youth Concerns Scale (designed to assist the practitioner to gather and organize feedback to parents) is a main tool utilized during the training. Additionally, three other practitioner tools are presented and utilized. Participants follow the case of “Lilly and Kyle” from start to finish.
Lilly is a 7-year old girl whose parents are divorced. In this video series you will see Lilly engage in 4 different projective activities. The practitioner introduces each activity to Lilly and then explores and expands areas of importance to Lilly. The words of the child are recorded verbatim. During the first video, an explanation of the meeting process will be addressed.