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Lesson Details

Co-parenting is often a challenge for parents living apart. The impact of constant stress and arguments can be exhausting. This course will help you recognize factors that interfere with cooperative co-parenting and provide you with concrete strategies to reduce conflict. 

By the end of this live online class parents will be able to:

  • Identify factors that keep conflict going
  • Identify and revise harmful conflict cycles
  • Develop a successful co-parenting plan
  • Apply skills to help you manage co-parenting stress
  • Apply effective strategies to manage conflict

Course Lessons

Co-parenting is often a challenge for parents living apart. The impact of constant stress and arguments can be exhausting. This course will help you recognize factors that interfere with cooperative co-parenting and provide you with concrete strategies to reduce conflict. 

By the end of this live online class parents will be able to:

  • Identify factors that keep conflict going
  • Identify and revise harmful conflict cycles
  • Develop a successful co-parenting plan
  • Apply skills to help you manage co-parenting stress
  • Apply effective strategies to manage conflict

11.19.20 IPG Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Co-parenting can be stressful after a divorce, separation, or anytime parents are not in a couple relationship. Learn the importance of “cooperative co-parenting” and strategies

to support your children. This class recording will help you minimize conflict when navigating

parenting responsibilities across households to help children thrive.

Participants will be able to:

• Recognize different types of co-parenting relationships

• Identify the impact of conflict on children

• Apply strategies to help children cope and adjust

• Avoid creating “loyalty binds” in children

• Identify factors that keep conflict going and revise harmful conflict cycles

• Apply skills to develop a successful co-parenting plan

Course Lessons

Co-parenting can be stressful after a divorce, separation, or anytime parents are not in a couple relationship. Learn the importance of “cooperative co-parenting” and strategies

to support your children. This class recording will help you minimize conflict when navigating

parenting responsibilities across households to help children thrive.

Participants will be able to:

• Recognize different types of co-parenting relationships

• Identify the impact of conflict on children

• Apply strategies to help children cope and adjust

• Avoid creating “loyalty binds” in children

• Identify factors that keep conflict going and revise harmful conflict cycles

• Apply skills to develop a successful co-parenting plan

In the Trenches – Separated and Divorced Parents Phase 2

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Co-Parenting – Separated and Divorced Parents Phase 2

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Stepparenting: What Really Helps?

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For most of us the answer is yes. But it helps to plan mindfully. 

One definition of a blended family is a family consisting of a couple and their children from this and all previous relationships. Sounds so simple, doesn't it? However, as 40% of US families know, it can be far more complicated. Not just how we spend Christmas, but day to day complications may arise associated with confusion and hurt feelings in both children and adults. 

This class will focus on raising your awareness about the kinds of internal and external struggles many blended families face and identify approaches that can ease the difficulties for both adults and children.

Course Lessons

For most of us the answer is yes. But it helps to plan mindfully. 

One definition of a blended family is a family consisting of a couple and their children from this and all previous relationships. Sounds so simple, doesn’t it? However, as 40% of US families know, it can be far more complicated. Not just how we spend Christmas, but day to day complications may arise associated with confusion and hurt feelings in both children and adults. 

This class will focus on raising your awareness about the kinds of internal and external struggles many blended families face and identify approaches that can ease the difficulties for both adults and children.