This video-based program helps divorcing parents shield their children from parental conflict. Parents learn to guide their children through the process of recovery while establishing a positive, long-term relationship with the child’s other parent.
Ideal for court-ordered divorce seminars
- Designed to be the “next step” in the continuum of services for counties that have divorce seminars.
- Educates parents about the impact of their conflict on their child, as well as children’s issues in divorce.
- Teaches parents the practical skills they need to manage anger, increase impulse control, resolve conflict and learn how to communicate effectively.
How the program works . . .
The program is part video and part group discussion. It is designed for 8 sessions lasting 2–2½ hours each and is recommended for groups of 10 to 16 parents. The easy-to-read Parent’s Guide gives real-life examples and worksheets so parents can practice their skills at home.
Make a positive impact on parents in eight sessions (16-20 hours)
- Child-Focused or Out of Focus: Making a Commitment to Care
- Plan for Peace or Tug of War: Allowing My Child to Love Both Parents
- Letting Go or Holding On: Changing My Long-Term Role
- Make It Better or Keep it Bitter: Choosing My Personal Path
- Neither Fight Nor Flight: Managing My Anger
- Defuse or Light the Fuse: Taking Control of Conflict
- All A Winner or Winner Take All: Negotiating Agreements
- Cooperation or Conflict: Co-Parenting is Forever