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About our Parenting and Divorce Guides
Denise BaierAuthor of Parenting and Divorce, A Guide for Married and Unmarried Parents
Our online course is based on the popular Parenting and Divorce classroom curriculum created by Denise Baier, MA, LMHC. Denise is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Parenting Coordinator.
Parenting and Divorce, A Guide for Married and Unmarried Parents, is now in it's 4th Edition and available in English and Spanish.
Parenting Class Course Overview
Through the course you'll find techniques to help ease the pain and learn new coping skills to make this emotional time less stressful on all involved.
The online Parenting Class (also called "Parent Education & Family Stabilization Course") covers the following topics
- Divorce Statistics
- The Stages of Grief in Divorce
- Developmental Stages of childhood and how divorce affects children
- Communicating with Children through divorce
- Communicating with your Other Parent during and after divorce
- How to Separate Adult Business from Children's Business
- Conflict Avoidance Strategies during divorce
- Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, and divorce
- Legal Matters of Divorce
- Financial Matters of Divorce with Children
- Resources for Divorcing Parent
- Cooperative Parenting
- Parallel Parenting
- Parenting Plan(s)
Here's what you'll learn when you enroll in our online Parenting course:
As a parent or significant family member, you'll learn to:
- see divorce or the ending of your relationship as a family matter, rather than an adversarial legal case
- empower yourself to make better choices for yourself, and your children, rather than having decisions imposed upon you by attorneys and the courts
- find alternative ways of resolving conflicts, rather than using the courtroom as a battlefield for unresolved divorce issues
- recognize the direct correlation between rage, fear, and the need for control, as they relate to custody and parenting time issues
- stop retribution and condemnation of each other to dramatically improve your children's development and adjustment, and prevent long lasting negative results
- identify and cope with your traumatic emotions as you go through a divorce or separation process
- understand your children's reaction to separation and divorce, and how you may help your children process their feelings and experiences
- recognize the direct correlation between rage, fear, and the need for control, as they relate to custody and visitation issues
- establish new boundaries, and behave more appropriately in your new roles with each other and your children.