Coparenting is a shared activity undertaken by adults responsible for the care and upbringing of one or more child this partnership is critical to a child’s development, psychological health, and self esteem in addition to the other relationships that may have existed between parents- romantic partners, business partners, friends, etc- when two people have a child together, even if their relationship does not remain amicable they are co parents for life.
When children are involved in Separation or Divorce, the long-term effects can be exponential if not handled with care. This educational session will provide parents with the necessary tools and strategies to co-parent in a way that is child-focused.
How to protect children from the fallout of a divorce
What it means to Co-Parent
Different styles of Co-Parenting, and which one works best for your own situation
How to lay out terms of an agreement in a Parenting Plan
How to communicate based on your Co-Parenting style
Long-term goals and tips on how to stand the test of time
How to develop habits that will work for you and your Ex
Research tools and resources
Space is limited and (FREE) Registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org