Post Divorce Counseling: Co-Parenting and Developing Your New Life
Post-Divorce Counseling will help you process the feelings and emotions that come up from the ending of the marriage. You can work individually on developing a new life for yourself. Or you can work with your ex-spouse on parenting issues and, if necessary, have the children join the session to provide a safe place for the family to work through any emotions that may come up.
Co-parenting Counseling: When families experience divorce, there are specific issues that parents and children deal with. In most situations, it requires time, effort and support in order to heal. The best thing that parents can do to help their children through this process is to learn how to cooperate for the sake of the children. Co-parenting counseling helps divorcing parents learn how to effectively parent in a business-like fashion without getting emotions involved. This is accomplished through improving communication skills and addressing outstanding issues involving the children such as behavioral problems, scheduling issues, etc. Parents will be amazed at how well children can do during divorce when there is improved communication and a cooperative attitude from parents.