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Co-Parenting 

Recently divorced or separated?

Co-parenting is for divorced/separated parents who are having difficulty making their co-parenting relationship work. Learn the tools to improve communication, manage emotional responses and find solutions to successfully navigate through this difficult process.

Co-Parenting Coaching

You have so much more power than you realize to make positive changes to your co-parenting relationship
and be the best parent to your kids. ​Even if your child’s other parent is not cooperative, you can still improve
the situation for yourself and your family.

You can address things like:

  • How to communicate with your child’s other parent.
  • Am I right to think this way?
  • How do I talk to my kids about the divorce?
  • How do I respond when my children ask questions about their other parent?
  • Is what I want to do best for my kids?
  • How should I handle a certain situation?

Co-Parenting Coaching

You have so much more power than you realize to make positive changes to your co-parenting relationship
and be the best parent to your kids. ​Even if your child’s other parent is not cooperative, you can still improve
the situation for yourself and your family.

You can address things like:

  • How to communicate with your child’s other parent.
  • Am I right to think this way?
  • How do I talk to my kids about the divorce?
  • How do I respond when my children ask questions about their other parent?
  • Is what I want to do best for my kids?
  • How should I handle a certain situation?

Parenting Plan Coaching

Your parenting plan is one of the most important documents you will ever complete. It is your contract for how you and your child’s other parent will raise your child, and protects your rights as a parent.

Your coach can work with just one parent or, for the best case scenario; she would work with both parents to create a parenting plan that works for everyone involved – especially your children.

Coaching can help you make decisions such as:

  • What is the best way to share parenting time for my children
  • How should we address splitting all the financial responsibilities?
  • How should we handle holidays?
  • How do we split decision making responsibilities?
  • How do we handle any future disputes?

Parenting Plan Coaching

Your parenting plan is one of the most important documents you will ever complete. It is your contract for how you and your child’s other parent will raise your child, and protects your rights as a parent.

Your coach can work with just one parent or, for the best case scenario; she would work with both parents to create a parenting plan that works for everyone involved – especially your children.

Coaching can help you make decisions such as:

  • What is the best way to share parenting time for my children
  • How should we address splitting all the financial responsibilities?
  • How should we handle holidays?
  • How do we split decision making responsibilities?
  • How do we handle any future disputes?

Dispute Resolution Coaching

It’s inevitable that you and your child’s other parent will have conflicts during and after the divorce. If you find that you are having difficulty solving a particularly tough issue, a co-parenting coach can help you communicate your position in in positive ways and find a win-win resolutions.

Common issues that come up:

  • My child’s other parent wants to move.
  • We don’t agree on which middle/high school to send our child to.
  • Finances have changed and we need to update our existing parenting agreement.
  • My child doesn’t want to go to their other parent’s house.
  • My kids do not get along with their new step-parent or step-siblings.

Dispute Resolution Coaching

It’s inevitable that you and your child’s other parent will have conflicts during and after the divorce. If you find that you are having difficulty solving a particularly tough issue, a co-parenting coach can help you communicate your position in in positive ways and find a win-win resolutions.

Common issues that come up:

  • My child’s other parent wants to move.
  • We don’t agree on which middle/high school to send our child to.
  • Finances have changed and we need to update our existing parenting agreement.
  • My child doesn’t want to go to their other parent’s house.
  • My kids do not get along with their new step-parent or step-siblings.

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Extensive experience in resolving conflicts, making lives better and making your environment productive. Mpowering is a mindset.

© 2018 Mpower Advisors.