Children of Divorce, A Conversation with Kim McLaughlin


Children of divorce expert Kim McLaughlin discusses the experience of children of divorce

It is clear in this interview that Kim has a deep understanding of what it is like to be a child facing the challenges of a divorce. She has had the unique privilege of spending time in a confidential setting hearing what children feel, think and struggle with. Her many many hours of being present to children has made her a powerful voice for the needs of children.

Because co-parents can be overwhelmed by the changes in their lives and the many, multi-layered stresses that come with this change, it can be hard to focus on the experience of their children. In this interview, Kim’s insights will guide co-parents toward addressing the issues that are common issues that children face.

Clinical director at Kids in the Middle in St. Louis, Kim and her staff provide many services for children of divorce and co-parents. These include therapy and groups for both children and co-parents.

I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did. Thank you Kim for participating in this interview!

For more information on children of divorce, check out the following blogposts:

Answering Children’s Questions about Divorce

The Irony of Fighting Over “Children’s Best Interests”

How Will Your Children Remember your Co-Parenting?

What Children of Divorce Need: Doing vs. Being

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