Divorce is often as painful for children as it is for you. However, research has shown that your children can still thrive after your divorce.
The most successful outcomes occur when both parents can amicably work toward outcomes that are in the best interest of the children, using alternative dispute resolution processes such as Mediation or the Collaborative Divorce Process.
As parents, we all share a common goal — to raise happy, healthy, well-adjusted kids.
Your children need to know they don’t have to choose a side during your divorce. They need to know they can continue to love and be loved by both of their parents.
As a co-parenting specialist, I can help you achieve the goal of co-parenting therapy -- to help parents move beyond the anger and sadness they may be experiencing with each other into a new, child-focused relationship based on the mutual love of their children.