Are You Ready to Take a Court Ordered Parenting Course?
Were you recently informed that you are required
to take a co-parenting course?
YOU’RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE.
Comprehensive Court Approved, Self-Directed Courses.
If you have recently been ordered to take a co-parenting course, you may be struggling to find one that is approved for your area.
To support you, we provide court ordered courses approved in 42 States
State Certified Family Stabilization Parent Education Programs
FEATURED COURSE: A Happy Child Co-Parenting
Today’s choices can have a lifelong impact on our children. It is unfortunate that those choices must be made years before we see the results they produce. It is my wish that this course helps you find peace and certainty as you co-create a new future for your family.
Intruducing the Family Stabilization Course, via Webinar in ALL U.S. states and territories.
This Certified Course is mandated by State and Local Governments for all parents who are uncoupling (divorce or not), it instructs them in what they will face relating to court actions, custody, care, visitation, and equal support of a child or children.
It is the only course that includes a Parenting Plan that the participants fill out as a guide for their co-parenting agreements.
The “A Happy Child Co-Parenting Curriculum” is geared toward supporting parents to shift into a relationship where each parent is 100% responsible for the finances and environment they provide for their child. Thus, the term ‘co-parenting’.
In this four hour course, participants will acquire an understanding of the impact their choices might have upon their families and extended community. As they recognize the effects of their choices, they and their family will experience improved outcomes in their relationships to each other, and of the whole family dynamic. Additionally, neither parent will suffer financial devastation, as they might if they battled custody out in court.
At the completion of course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the stages of grief and how they relate to divorce/separation.
- Learn techniques to enhance effective communication as a co-parent.
- Identify standard terms used in family law.
- Describe healthy ways co-parents can stay connected with their child.
- Identify mistakes to avoid when communicating with the other parent and their child(ren) about the other parent.
- Identify forms of domestic violence.
- Generate the content of a parenting plan.
- Avoid litigation and reduce attorney fees