coParent Divorce Therapy

coParent Divorce Therapy

It goes without saying that divorce, especially for a parent, is an emotional and stressful

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The Balancing Act of Caring for You and Your Child

The Balancing Act of Caring for You and Your Child

Taking care of yourself so that you’re better able to refuel your kids is a

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Self-Care: For You and Your Child

Self-Care: For You and Your Child

To function at peak performance, remain aware of what is going on within and around

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Emotional Trauma and Its Effect on the Brain 

Emotional Trauma and Its Effect on the Brain 

Are you familiar with the term “flight, fight, or freeze”? During a stressful event, the

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Living As An Example For Your Kids

Living As An Example For Your Kids

Flight attendants remind us routinely: take care of yourself first. This is not selfishness. It’s

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4 Tips To Detach Yourself From the Past

4 Tips To Detach Yourself From the Past

You will be able to center yourself and deal with the other parent more effectively

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Training Exercise for coParent Self Care

Training Exercise for coParent Self Care

It’s time to set up your own self-care plan! This will be the easiest thing

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5 Steps to Reclaim Your Happiness After Divorce

5 Steps to Reclaim Your Happiness After Divorce

I DO…I DID…NOW WHAT? Take these five steps to reclaim your happiness after divorce: Establish Boundaries

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Trauma and Its Effects on the Family Dynamic

Trauma and Its Effects on the Family Dynamic

What defines trauma, you may ask? Trauma can come in many forms. The most common

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Healing Your Emotions After Divorce

Healing Your Emotions After Divorce

Blech! You may be so sick to death of your emotions right now that you

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Replenish Your Spirit, coParent

Replenish Your Spirit, coParent

The definition of spirit or soul to me is the essence of who you are.

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Men, Women and Communication – Biological Differences

Men, Women and Communication – Biological Differences

Is there a gender gap? Do men and women think and communicate differently? And, if

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Top Truths About coParent Care of the Self

Top Truths About coParent Care of the Self

I have had many conversations over the years with people who make exercise and fitness

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Short Summary – Emotions Are Contagious

Short Summary – Emotions Are Contagious

Emotions are contagious, whether they arrive by means of an ex, coParent, employer or friend.

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Boredom, ADHD and Autistic Disorders

Boredom, ADHD and Autistic Disorders

It is important to learn about your child’s various needs. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and

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How to Survive Emotional Contagion

How to Survive Emotional Contagion

These are great top tips about how our emotions can transfer to our children. The

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coParents’ Important Care of the Body

coParents’ Important Care of the Body

One of the biggest slips for people in general but even more so for stressed

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The coParent’s Care of the Mind

The coParent’s Care of the Mind

Following a separation or divorce, your mind is probably buzzing. All. The. Time. It’s making

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Divorce Isn’t Fun – You Need to Take Care of Yourself

Divorce Isn’t Fun – You Need to Take Care of Yourself

You’ve come this far, why not venture just a little bit farther? Divorce is not

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Sadness Following Divorce – Transferable to Your Child

Sadness Following Divorce – Transferable to Your Child

All feelings can be contagious. I have had cases with one parent who is overwhelmingly

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Decreasing Your Own Anxiety – For Your Child’s Sake

Decreasing Your Own Anxiety – For Your Child’s Sake

Feelings are contagious and this includes anxiety passed from the coParent to the child. It

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Meeting Emotional Needs – For Your Child and Yourself

Meeting Emotional Needs – For Your Child and Yourself

Why don’t parents meet their children’s emotional needs? First of all, even the most well-intentioned parents

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How to Handle Regret After Divorce

How to Handle Regret After Divorce

Emotions can lead us to do strange things, particularly when circumstances seem especially dire. It

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How to Heal Yourself Emotionally

How to Heal Yourself Emotionally

Why do we need to be warned of false beliefs? All disempowering beliefs, such as

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Healthy Meal Time Tips for Your Child

Healthy Meal Time Tips for Your Child

It is always best that we view “feeding” as a “line of development,” as the

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Understanding Emotional Wounds

Understanding Emotional Wounds

We often confuse an emotional wound with the event or experience that caused the wound,

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Six Steps to Accepting Your Divorce

Six Steps to Accepting Your Divorce

We can’t tell you there’s a “right way” or a “wrong way” to grieve and

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Why You Should Forgive Your Parents

Why You Should Forgive Your Parents

On the surface, forgiving your parents (or anyone for that matter) may seem insignificant, but

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The Key to Healthy Hearts and Happy Kids

The Key to Healthy Hearts and Happy Kids

Healthy growth and development of our children includes essential physical activity. As coParents, we all

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Fill ‘Er Up! How to Increase Your Self Love

Fill ‘Er Up! How to Increase Your Self Love

“Self love is accepting yourself, as is. Reach for the stars… but love yourself right where

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