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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Healing Child’s Trauma With Love

Healing Child’s Trauma With Love

A key element when it comes to childhood trauma is that when given a safe

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Child Reprimanding, Abuse and Brain Development

Child Reprimanding, Abuse and Brain Development

Picture this example of mirroring bad behavior.  A child is misbehaving and throwing their toy

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Representing Yourself In Divorce Court

Representing Yourself In Divorce Court

Nationwide, almost half of all family law litigants are pro per (also referred to as

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The Science of Father Importance

The Science of Father Importance

A new article posted by the National Parents Organization last month stressed the importance of

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KID-EASE: coParents Choosing Their Child’s School

KID-EASE: coParents Choosing Their Child’s School

Welcome to KID-EASE, a caring advice column to help make your life easier as a

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Constructive and Effective coParenting

Constructive and Effective coParenting

How does self-centered coParenting create cooperation? Becoming a self-centered coParent will help you gain positive influence

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coParents Keeping the Peace

coParents Keeping the Peace

There are two things that have remained important components of our family’s philosophy regarding peaceful

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A Child’s Identity – Form and Function

A Child’s Identity – Form and Function

Identity is forged across the span of a lifetime in the crucible of social pressure.

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Top 6 Reasons to Choose Mediation

Top 6 Reasons to Choose Mediation

Mediation is one of the viable alternatives for people who want to avoid going to

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Planning Your Financial Future After Divorce

Planning Your Financial Future After Divorce

The Certified Divorce Financial Advisor (CDFA) consultants traditionally work with people to plan their future

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KID-EASE: The Positive & Encouraging coParent

KID-EASE: The Positive & Encouraging coParent

Welcome to KID-EASE, a caring advice column to help make your life easier as a

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Children, Brain Connections and Actions

Children, Brain Connections and Actions

One explanation of why High Conflict Personalities, or HCPs, are not self-aware is based on

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How to Help Your Stressed Child

How to Help Your Stressed Child

So what happens when a child is highly stressed out? Stress and trauma can affect

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14 Facts of coParents’ High Conflict Divorce

14 Facts of coParents’ High Conflict Divorce

High conflict divorces are painful and debilitating to all members of a family. They may never

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coParents’ Guide on Comforting Your Child

coParents’ Guide on Comforting Your Child

When a child goes through transitions following a divorce or separation in the family, he

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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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High Conflict coParents and Targets of Blame

High Conflict coParents and Targets of Blame

High conflict parents can’t seem to stop themselves. They are repeatedly told to behave, by

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Seeking a Collaborative Divorce Attorney 

Seeking a Collaborative Divorce Attorney 

Much of what you will need to know and ask about for the collaborative divorce

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Top 6 Ways to Prevent Conflict While coParenting

Top 6 Ways to Prevent Conflict While coParenting

Following a divorce, there are so many dynamic factors occurring in the relationship between you

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5 Top Tips To Keep Your Child Happy After Divorce

5 Top Tips To Keep Your Child Happy After Divorce

Here is a short but surefire list to help keep your child happy following a

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Child’s Trauma and Its Many Variations

Child’s Trauma and Its Many Variations

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

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coParenting – Helping Others to Help Yourself

coParenting – Helping Others to Help Yourself

More often than not, professionals find themselves interested in their areas of specialty following a

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4 Blended Family Back-To-School Tips

4 Blended Family Back-To-School Tips

Here are top three tips to assist coParents of blended families, suggests Kate Chapman, coParent

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A coParent’s House Matters Before Divorce

A coParent’s House Matters Before Divorce

With the exception of child custody issues, few decisions a court makes are as weighty

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coParents: What to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

coParents: What to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

When you have found a divorce attorney (if you must have one), make sure you

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Communication Improves Consistent coParenting

Communication Improves Consistent coParenting

Parenting is a verb with starts and stops, but it’s also a team sport. When

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#1 coParent Mistake & How to Avoid It

#1 coParent Mistake & How to Avoid It

As an experienced coParent of a six-child blended family, a widely-published coParenting and blended family

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Divorce Court Preparation

Divorce Court Preparation

Attorneys and judges are only human. They make mistakes. Your case may be one of

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Decreasing Media’s Affect On Our Kids

Decreasing Media’s Affect On Our Kids

Are children helpless observers, doomed to do all of the bad behaviors they have seen?

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