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Parenting Well Through Divorce WEBINAR

A workshop for parents in any stage of the divorce process

Divorce is a difficult time for parents and kids. Good information can make the process easier and better for everyone.

This workshop will cover:

  • What kids need most from their parents during the divorce process
  • Strategies for effective co-parenting
  • Establishing consistent routines in two homes
  • How to handle old feelings in the new relationship
  • Identifying and trouble-shooting what gets in the way of your goals.

This workshop welcomes parents in any stage of the divorce process (before, during, after…) with kids of any age.


Parents speak about this workshop:

  • “Great ideas and answers”
  • “I really appreciated how you stayed neutral and allow us to share our experiences.”
  • “Very supportive and open”


You have three attendance choices:

  1. Log on for the live presentation (includes Q & A opportunity) on June 14, 2018 at 8:30.
  2. Watch the replay anytime you want.  The link is good for an entire year!
  3. Or, you can do both!


Live broadcast: June 14, 2018, 8:30am

Cost: $25  Register before 5/21, the price is just $19!!!

(You are welcome to share the video with your child’s other parent if you like.)


Register here!

More details, please~

This workshop will last 1 hour, and gives parents an overview of things that are important to consider when families are divorcing, or considering divorce.  It’s a rough time for everyone, and parents want to know what they can do to relieve any part of that difficulty for their children.  This workshop helps with information, potential pitfalls, phrasing, and guidance.

We realize that everyone’s situation is unique.  For example, in some families the children have have witnessed arguments and may have already directly asked questions about whether parents are getting a divorce, and in other families the children will have absolutely no idea that anything is wrong, and this news will catch them by surprise.  Some parents still have open communication and others are finding it very difficult to speak to each other without triggering conflict.  This workshop’s information is given neutrally and with an understanding that everyone’s situation is different.

We know how important concrete help is too, so we’ll definitely recommend books, and give examples about how to answer questions and handle talkable moments.

Also, do you have specific questions you would love to get answered?  If so, you can submit those questions ahead of time–we’ll answer as many as possible and we won’t say your name when we answer them.  (Therapists love confidentiality!)

Register here!

Maybe you have questions about the webinar?

It’s an hour long.  You need an internet connection to log in, or download it later. It’s very, very easy to join in the webinar, just a few clicks.  You have total privacy–no one but the presenters will be on video.

If the time isn’t convenient for you, no worries–register and you can access the entire thing anytime later that you’d like.  You can watch from home, on your laptop, or from a coffeeshop with your favorite beverage and baked good.  :^)

If you get started and something interrupts you, that’s not a problem either–you can stop and start back up later, or even start over and watch the whole thing from the beginning.

You can learn with your feet up, wearing your stretchy pants!

When?  June 14, 2018.  8:30am Central time for the live broadcast.

All registrants will receive an email after the live broadcast with access to the audio & video recording of the webinar.  Watch it as many times as you can possibly use for an entire year!  You can’t get more convenient than that!

You MUST be registered ahead of time to attend.  Don’t delay!  (and for just $19, why would you wait?)

One more time, with feeling: Register Here!


As always, feel free to call or email Katie if you have questions or would like to make an appointment.  If you are interested in recommendations on books about divorce, please click here for kids’ books, or here for books for parents.