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Collaborative Co-Parenting

Testimonials

What readers are saying about "8 Weeks to Collaborative Co-Parenting for Divorcing Parents," the book on which this course is based.

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"Collaborative co-parenting is the primary vital ingredient in helping your children heal and have successful, loving lives. In my role as a mediator and custody evaluator, the children I interview tell me they don't care who wins, they just want their parents to please stop fighting."

~ Timothy B. Rood, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Court Mediator and Evaluator—California Superior Court, Child Specialist and Divorce Coach

"The book "8 Weeks to Collaborative Co-Parenting for Divorcing Parents" is a must-read for any divorcing couple with children. In clear language, Carol Delzer describes practical steps parents can take to continue to work together in the interest of their children. She offers guidelines on how to constructively problem-solve, and not let conflict derail the process. She helps parents keep the interests of their children paramount. Many children will benefit from this book."

~ John H. O’Neal, M.D. Psychiatry, Author of "Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychopharmocology"

"Carol offers divorcing couples an authentic approach to deal with heartache while creating a co-parenting program that protects children from the ravages of divorce."

~ Linda Tell, RN, MFT, Superior Court Mediator, Collaborative Divorce Coach and Child Specialist

"This book is terrific—very uplifting and will be very, very helpful to people going through a divorce. The book normalizes divorce and gives very good guidelines to navigate that journey successfully."

~ Elly Fossum, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Collaborative Divorce Coach and Child Specialist

"Children of divorce have a tough enough time dealing with their parents' fallout without having to also deal with their parents' negative emotions. "8 Weeks to Collaborative Co-Parenting for Divorcing Parents" will help parents realize how their actions impact their children while providing tips on changing those actions into something more positive. All newly-single parents will benefit from this book and will learn how to better work together for the sake of their children."

~ Kelly K. Payne, Family Law Attorney

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