PPSC COOPERATIVE PARENTING & DIVORCE

Family relationships do not disappear when a marriage ends in divorce. For the sake of their children, divorced parents must continue to communicate with their former spouses in matters of child-rearing. The ability of parents to interact with each other greatly affects the child’s adjustment to divorce. Unrelenting parental conflict is the single most common cause of poor adjustment in children following a divorce.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is a psychoeducational program designed to improve the quality of the parental relationship in situations of divorce. The overall emphasis of Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is to offer children the opportunity to grow in a home environment free from being caught in the middle of parental conflict.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is the most extensive, informed and interactive resource to date examining the complex realities of divorce. This thoughtful and practical program can be implemented in eight sessions lasting 2 hours each.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce benefits children by:

  • Reducing the child’s symptoms of stress as parental conflict decreases
  • Diminishing the child’s sense of loyalty binds
  • Allowing the child to love both parents
  • Creating a more relaxed home atmosphere, allowing the child to adjust more effectively
  • Teaching effective communication and conflict-resolution skills as modeled by their parents
  • Increasing the likelihood of keeping two active parents in the child’s life

Classes start in July contact PPSC for information 707-765-8488

PPSC COOPERATIVE PARENTING & DIVORCE

Family relationships do not disappear when a marriage ends in divorce. For the sake of their children, divorced parents must continue to communicate with their former spouses in matters of child-rearing. The ability of parents to interact with each other greatly affects the child’s adjustment to divorce. Unrelenting parental conflict is the single most common cause of poor adjustment in children following a divorce.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is a psychoeducational program designed to improve the quality of the parental relationship in situations of divorce. The overall emphasis of Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is to offer children the opportunity to grow in a home environment free from being caught in the middle of parental conflict.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce is the most extensive, informed and interactive resource to date examining the complex realities of divorce. This thoughtful and practical program can be implemented in eight sessions lasting 2 hours each.

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce benefits children by:

  • Reducing the child’s symptoms of stress as parental conflict decreases
  • Diminishing the child’s sense of loyalty binds
  • Allowing the child to love both parents
  • Creating a more relaxed home atmosphere, allowing the child to adjust more effectively
  • Teaching effective communication and conflict-resolution skills as modeled by their parents
  • Increasing the likelihood of keeping two active parents in the child’s life

Classes start in July contact PPSC for information 707-765-8488