Most couples don’t enter a relationship expecting it to end. Despite best efforts to work through differences, there are times when a couple decides to part ways. When there are children in the family, the decision is very painful and the adults are faced with the process of helping their children manage.
Co-parenting counseling is designed to help parents learn how to co-exist and make decisions in the best interest of their children. Parental conflict can be highly detrimental to a child’s development, self-esteem, and sense of safety. In co-parent counseling, we work on developing skills to manage stress, regulate emotions, and communicate effectively in challenging situations. Our goal is to reduce conflict, develop structures around parental interactions, and create healthy environments for children to grow and live happy lives.
We do not offer co-parent counseling at this time but recommend this online communication skills training course. It costs $29 and will help with the following issues:
- How to avoid a fight
- How to respond to criticism
- How to empathize (even when your co-parent is being unreasonable)