Divorce is one of the most challenging situations that families face today. Parents in all stages of divorce have so many feelings of their own that it is difficult to know what to say or do for their children. We believe that conflict itself, whatever the subject matter, is the most devastating aspect of divorce for children. Children who repeatedly observe parents hostile and angry exchanges can be effected long term.
Leigh Ann Springer Certified Parent Facilitator/Coordinator Collaborative Divorce Mental Health Professional
Children whose parents try to develop a more cooperative relationship after divorce cope better with the changes. We work with co- parents, for the sake of their children, to reduce conflicts and find solutions to their disagreements. We believe that both parents are important to children's development. We work to create an atmosphere where the child feels equally comfortable in both homes, and both parents are actively involved in their lives.
Anne Dodson Certified Parent Facilitator/Coordinator Collaborative Mental Health Professional