Mediators, therapists, judicial officers, court employees, attorneys, and coParenting specialists become coParenter Professionals for different reasons. Whether you’re helping coParents avoid and/or stay out of court, seeking referrals, or looking for new ways to service existing clients, coParenter gives you unique tools that provide new levels of efficiency, efficacy, and connectivity.
JUDGES & COURT PROFESSIONALS
Ordered/stipulated use of coParenter in medium and high conflict cases has been shown to increase order compliance, alleviate conflict, and enhance the quality and fidelity of coParenting while decreasing miscommunication, eliminating ‘He Said/She Said’ and dramatically decreasing ‘Frequent Filer’ dependency on scarce court resources.
From creating custom parenting plans to helping families resolve conflict in real-time, coParenter helps professionals connect with families in crisis in their moment of need. Whether you use coParenter to grow your client base or to better meet the needs of today’s demanding clients, coParenter offers innovative ways for you to increase professional flexibility, mobility, and revenue opportunities.
coParenter is free to any practicing mediator, attorney, therapist, or coParenting Professional (parent coordinator, special master, coach, etc.) seeking to create and synchronize custom parenting plans for their clients. However, in order to be listed in the professional listings/offer services to parents outside your existing client base, you must be approved by coParenter.
Some of the qualifications include:
Register for a professional account. You will need to provide some basic information about your practice, education, insurance, and experience.
Once you have submitted your request to offer services through coParenter, you will be contacted by a member of our Industry Development Team, to schedule an interview.
Upon approval, you will receive formal training from the coParenter team. The training is centered around understanding the coParenter platform, functionality, and use, as well as training in online dispute resolution and mediation best practices in an online environment.