Co-Parenting Counseling

It is not easy to continue a relationship with your ex-spouse, however in the context of parenting it is necessary. Chances are your ability to communicate and cooperate were challenging even while married and so the expectation that your ability to do this after the fact is unlikely the reality of things.

Parents need support when they struggle to get along, share perspectives, communicate, problem solve, and generally get on the “same page” regarding their children.

This is where a co-parenting counselor comes in. Our role is to facilitate your ability to find common ground and to ultimately support the interests of your children, given the differences you may share with your ex-spouse. Sometimes parents cannot agree in spite of co-parenting counseling and that is when parenting coordination is needed. Parenting coordination is a child-focused alternative dispute resolution process mandated by the courts, in which a mental health professional, with mediation training and experience, assists parents in implementing their parenting plan. I became qualified to assist families in parenting coordination in December 2015.

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