Counseling for blended families.

Co-Parenting Counseling

Parenting is never easy, but when two parents do not agree on how best to parent the job becomes even more difficult. While there is no single answer to how to have a successful co-parenting relationship, most professionals agree that it starts with co-parenting respectfully. Which means learning how to co-parent as loving parents, without anger, hostility or spite. It is not always easy, but it is doable. It is important that parents keep their personal issues separate from parenting issues; it is the key to co-parenting success.

What is Co-Parenting Counseling?

Sessions focus on bringing struggling parents together as a team to parent their children. It is for educational and self-improvement, not the diagnosis or treatment of mental disorders. Co-parenting focuses on understanding each parent’s personality and communication and how to move forward with the “business” of parenting. Counseling can help reduce in the intensity of the hurt and anger one feels with their co-parent, and keep the children out of the middle.

Co-parenting counseling can help parents become successful co-parents.
Whether through divorce, separation, blended families, or couples who are still together but have different parenting styles that cause conflict, co-parenting counseling parents can help. Who can benefit from co-parenting counseling include?
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• Parents who want to set up a strong parenting alliance for their children after the relationship between the parents has ended.
• Parents who are looking to strengthen their co-parenting relationship.
• Parents whose children are exhibiting signs of stress.
• Parents who are looking to improve communication and decision- making.
• Parents who are looking to change how they interact with each other in order to help the children.
• Parents who need help setting up a reasonable visitation schedule for their children.

It is possible for children to thrive after a separation and divorce if both parents are committed to doing the best they can for their children. Co-parenting counseling can help you achieve a successful approach to raising your children.



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