Co-Parenting Counseling

Helping divorced, separated, or uncoupling
parents develop an effective plan to
support their children.
Is it difficult to imagine how you will continue to parent your children after separating? Do emotions run so high that’s it feels impossible to communicate at all?
Fortunately, there’s one thing you can both agree on: you want what’s best for your children.

That's exactly where co-parenting counseling comes in.

With the right strategies in place, there is a way to communicate productively with your co-parent, keeping your children and their needs at the center of it all.
The Shared Parenting Support Program (SPSP), a research-backed model for co-parenting counseling, offers a structured approach to channeling the high emotions of divorce and separation into productive communication skills.
​Over the Course of 12-15 sessions, the three of us will work together to develop and execute a plan that is focused on what is best for your children.

Your therapist will guide you and your co-parent through:

  • Evaluating and identifying parenting skills
  • Defining shared and individual parenting goals
  • Learning structured communication techniques
  • Practicing co-parenting skills

Each of you undoubtedly brings your own history and emotions into this process. Co-parenting counseling is about helping you learn to set those things aside for the benefit of your children.
Together, we will create a path forward that fosters a positive relationship between you and your child, with a co-parent who supports that. Your children deserve that, and so do you.

How it Works.

  1. Book your free 20 minute consultation.
  2. It’s important that you feel like your therapist is a good fit. You will connect with your therapist so you can determine if they are the therapist for you.

  3. Get your questions answered.
  4. During the consultation, your therapist will give you an overview of their approach to therapy and answer any questions you may have.

  5. Attend your first appointment.
  6. Join your therapist in person or via secure, HIPAA compliant video to begin developing a plan to help you reach your goals.

The hard work you put into this process will help your children grow up in an
environment where they feel safe, cared for, and supported.

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