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Resources for Therapists, Mediators and Attorneys

Online CEUS for LCSWs, LMFTs, LCPCs

Learn unique clinical approaches to offering help to divorced co-parents.   Approved by NASW for 6 CEUs

Tools for Working with Clients

Find out about “Class Packs” “Book Packs”
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Help for Divorced Co-Parents – FREE Monthly Newsletter

An abundance of help for co-parents in this informative monthly newsletter including parenting tips and encouragement. Never miss an upcoming parenting class or a special discount.

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Co-Parenting Tips and Advice

From the Blog

Wise Parenting: 5 Ways to Use Mindfulness

We all want to be wise parents, but parenting is emotional business and if your emotions are out of control, you will be anything but wise. Some parents struggle with challenging children. Divorced parents may struggle with challenging co-parents, or both. These...

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Co-Parents: Beware of the Negativity Bias

Our brains have what’s called a negativity bias. That is, our brains are much more likely to “take in” negative experience than positive experience. Neuropsychologist Rick Hanson says that our brains are like velcro for negative experience and like teflon for positive...

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Practice, Practice, Practice!

Staying strong and grounded on your

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