Parenting Doesn’t Stop
Strategies for Parents to Help their Children Adjust to Divorce, Separation, Custody, or Visitation Changes.
Separation and divorce are often difficult times for parents and children. There are many emotions involved in adjusting to a major family change and many decisions to be made. Despite the struggles, we believe that you as parents can pave the way for healthy growth and adjustment for yourselves and your children.
The information in our seminar, coupled with understanding, love, and care, can have a positive impact on your relationship with your child and your child’s other parent.
Your attendance is an investment in a brighter future for you and your child.
Topics to be covered in our workshop include:
- Experiences of adult and children after separation, divorce, or custody issues
- Ways to explain separation or divorce to children
- Expected changes in parent-child relationships
- How to make healthy decisions based on children’s needs
- How to build a constructive co-parenting relationship
The staff at the Center for Children can provide additional divorce-related Court ordered services, including:
- Custody Evaluations- Performed by the Center’s psychologists, these evaluations must be Court ordered and will be based on the requests of the Court.
- Supervised Visitations – Coordinated and provided for any non-custodial parent when requested by the Court, these visitations may take place at the Center for Children or an off-site location depending on the guidelines in the Court order.
Please contact Teri Cardwell, Clinical Coordinator for more information.