Learning to parent together even when you are not a relationship can save you years of headaches and heartache.
We know it can be hard to coparent with someone you are no longer in a relationship with. Past hurts and resentments, new partners, blended families, and more, can make it difficult to be the best parents to your child(ren).
You might feel “stuck” with your former partner or find yourself so consumed by hurt or anger that you don’t know how to move forward. The good news is, there are many ways to reduce conflict and agree to make decisions that are in the best interest of children, even after your relationship has ended.
Coparenting therapy teaches parents how to make and adhere to parenting plans, how to communicate without conflict, how to minimize the effects of divorce or separation on children, and more, so your children can be happier and better adjusted, and so you can move forward in a cooperative way.
We have years of experience helping people be better coparents as well as working with common complicating issues like parental estrangement, extended family issues, addiction, and personality disorders.Book A Consultation Call