Crossroads is a five-step seminar designed to prevent divorce abuse—a specific type of emotional abuse that divorcing parents cause when, in their anger and bitterness, they lose sight of their child’s needs.

A 4- to 6-hour seminar to help divorced or divorcing parents

This video-based seminar will help parents become aware of how their actions may inadvertently harm their children, show how to establish positive post-divorce co-parenting relationships, and provide them with the skills they need to stay child-focused while minimizing poor choices amidst conflict and loss.
Crossroads is derived from the evidence-based Cooperative Parenting and Divorce program and shares scenes from the same video.

How the seminar works . . .

This seminar combines video, activities, skill development and discussion.
It is designed for one session lasting 4 hours, and can be used with large or small groups. Optional activities extend the program to 6 hours. The Parent’s Guide provides vital information, examples, and exercises to support what they have learned. (The Parent’s Guide also stands alone and is useful even for parents who don’t take the class.) Certificates can be ordered for all attendees.

In just one session (4-6 hours)

Parents will learn:

  • Keep your child out of the middle.
  • Allow your child to love both parents.
  • Work on your own recovery.
  • Develop new communication skills.
  • Create a positive new relationship as co-parents.