Online Divorced Co-Parenting ClassFinding Power and Wisdom in Difficult Divorces
Who should take a co-parenting class?
- High conflict divorced co-parents
- Newly separated or divorced co-parents
- Long-time co-parents who are stuck in a difficult dynamic
- Co-parents who are court ordered to take a class
What will I learn?
- That your co-parent does not have control over you life and your happiness.
- What children need and how to develop strong connected relationships with them.
- Effective skills for managing the difficult emotions of co-parenting.
- To find joy and peace in your life!
Is this class court approved?
States and counties have different requirements. Unless your court order specifies a particular class, or specifies that you must take a class on their court approved list, it is very likely that this class will meet the requirement. Be sure that your court order doesn’t disallow online classes. If you need help figuring this out, please contact us and we will be glad to help! It is always a good idea to check with your county to be sure.
Yes, you will be a happier and more effective divorced parent
What parents say is useful about this class:
“I loved this program. The content is phenomenal and Ms. Holleron delivers her messages with clarity and compassion. I leave the program feeling more safe and hopeful than I have in years.” Feb 2018
“I highly recommend this class. I came in expecting another “Kumbaya” class and instead found a no-nonsense approach to co-parenting. I came away feeling empowered and more aware of mindfulness tools to help me not get lost in emotionally reactive cycles.” Feb 2018
“Overall, a very beneficial class. The concepts were simple yet immensely effective. If you take the time to truly process and learn the lessons, you and your children will be rewarded. Thank you, Alisa!” Feb 2018
“It was helpful in many ways, but mostly helped me to understand how to better deal with conflicts in the future.” Jan 2018
“This course helps you with learning how to face your fears and be more truthful with your emotions when dealing with your children and the co parent. The advice given and coping skills can be used throughout life’s challenges and truly encourages me to deal with life itself! Personally I have a lot of work to do but I Thank you Alisa for your advice!” Jan 2017
“This class is important in that it makes you take a look at yourself and understand what you kids are going through.” Jan 2018
“This class will empower you in the way you respond in any emotional situation. The tools can be applied in all relationships and help you have more self awareness as well as self control.” Jan 2018
“This class will put the world in perspective for those entering into a very difficult change: the world of divorce and co-parenting.” Jan 2018
“Being open minded and putting your child/children’s feeling first while being attuned to their needs wants doesn’t depend anyone but you. You can make everything in your child life better by find healthy ways to communicate peacefully with compassion, put your child first.” Jan 2018
“Everything from the multiple resources to the simple instructions of just recognizing that at a point you need to realize your needs do come second to that sweet child/ren.”
“It refocuses you on what is important which are the children who are affected by divorce.” Dec 2017
“I felt the class does an excellent job giving a sense of perspective and hopefulness in a situation that is anything but hopeful. It teaches some excellent tools to not let another person’s hostility control your own life.”
“This class is a blessing. In my high conflict divorce I felt sure none of us were going to leave this healthy. I now believe that with persistence and lots of self awareness , my children and I will have a successful life.”
“I learned how to help me deal with situations and my emotions, not just with my co-parent but also with my teenage son. There are some great stories about other peoples situations that made me really realize what kids of divorce and how much co-parenting effects that kids. There are stories that real people can relate to that makes you cry and smile as a parent if your kids were in the same situation.”
“I was surprised at how much information I got out of this class. The elements were well put together and easy to follow. The length of the videos, reading, and quizzes was not overwhelming and gave me the opportunity to take breaks between completing each module and come back to the class when I had time to fully focus on the subject.”
“The class provides significant insight into what your children may be going through in a conflicting divorce or separation. It also offers a very realistic and attainable way forward to co-parenting that will make life better for the co-parents and their children.”
“This class was more than I could have ever imagined. It was more than a high conflict co parenting class. It gave life lessons on positivity, joy and gratefulness that I have applied and shared with others. It taught me lessons about myself and my outlook and how to focus on my children. I feel grateful that I found this class. I highly recommend this class.”
“You named for me all the feelings I was feeling and their responses. I was lucky to be already in the mindset of become more mindful and had a established a daily practice. This class has helped me stay focused on continuing it and strengthen it.”
“This class should be taken by every co-parent no matter how bad or good their relationship is. It truly made me see our relationship from a different angle and gave me the skill set to make changes an improve it.”
“This class is easy to follow and loved that the information is presented verbally and visually.”
“I found Alisa’s class very beneficial in dealing with my difficult situation, and helped me understand how to effectively deal with my co-parent and how this will benefit the children immensely. Alisa’s class, including the reading and online material (e.g. videos, etc) were very well organized! Thanks for making this a wonderful learning experience for me!”
“The information and insight gained in this class is truly powerful. I know it will help me be a better, more present and mindful parent to my children as we navigate these challenging waters together.”
“This class allowed me to look at myself from the lens of my children and co-parent. It allowed me to take control of my actions and the outcome that I always wanted, but did not know how. It is almost a step-by-step manual.”
How is this class structured?
This class is a combination of engaging videos and readings. Once you register, you move through the class completely at your own pace. The class is comprised of eight lessons, most of which end with a quiz. If you are not interested in receiving a certificate of completion, upon request, we will eliminate the quizzes.
The eight lessons contained in the class are:
- Welcome and Introduction
- What Do You Really Want and How Do You Create It?
- What Do Children Need? What’s It Like to be a Child of Divorce?
- What is Emotional Reactivity and How Does Diminish Your Power?
- Mindfulness- A Powerful Tool for Working with Emotional Reactivity
- Learning to Act from your “Smart Brain” not your “Dumb Brain”
- Understanding Why Our Co-Parents Behave the Way They Do
- Now What? Living Our Lives to Benefit our Children