Co-Parenting Training

How to Be an Effective Co-Parent - Virtual Training Series

This training is designed for individuals at any stage of separation and divorce – from those in early, collaborative stages to those struggling with high-conflict divorce or co-parenting problems.

Topics Include:

  • Understanding Yourself: Before and After Divorce
    (contributors to divorce, communication styles, emotional stages)
  • Stress and Change
    (stressors after divorce, shifting roles, changing communication, reducing stress)
  • What Affects Children?
    (factors that impact children, normal reactions, more serious problems, what matters and what doesn’t, long-term effects)
  • Children Caught in the Middle
    (parent behaviors that place children in the middle, results of being in the middle, advantages of two parents, dos and don’ts for talking with your children)
  • Keeping Yourself Out of the Middle and Answering Tough Questions
    (redirecting child to other parent, how to raise issues with other parent, manipulation by children, difficult questions and responses)
  • Co-parenting, Parallel Parenting, and Negotiation
    (definitions, negotiation strategies, business-like approaches)
  • Communication Strategies and Managing Conflict
    (email tips, exchanges and transitions, avoiding fights, recognizing triggers, coping skills, defusing conflicts)


There are two options.  
You choose whether you want to attend on Wednesdays at 1 PM or 5:30 PM.

There are groups that start in January, April, and September.

Spring Group:
Starts Wednesday, April 10th

Fall Group:
Starts Wednesday, September 11th

Please contact for further details.

All 8 sessions for $135.

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More Info:
The training is divided into eight 30-minute sessions; each includes a 15-minute video lecture and a 15-minute virtual activity (questions, worksheets, self-assessments). Sessions are once per week (8 weeks total). Certificate of completion available for attending all 8 sessions. Makeup sessions are $70 per session and must be completed one week after final training date.

Contact:  For questions and details, please contact

As part of our registration process, we kindly request that both parents' names are included on the registration form. This measure is essential for us to ensure the appropriate organization and coordination of the separate groups. In line with HIPAA, we use this information purely for logistical purposes and do not disclose the registration status or personal details of one parent to the other. As a result, the selection of group and time slot will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The parent who completes registration first will have the initial opportunity to select their preferred timing.

We know it's not always easy to ask for help.
But sometimes talking with a compassionate, insightful professional can provide answers and clarity.

We know it's not always easy to ask for help. But sometimes talking with a compassionate, insightful professional can provide answers and clarity.